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 TRUSTEES DISCUSS
QUESTION Of CHAIRS
TRUSTEE PECK CONSIDERS OLD
FASHIONED FORMS PRODUCE
CURVATURE OF SPINE���INTRODUCTION OF "DONT" CARDS.
TROPICAL WEATHER SHOWS | ESTIMATE Of DEAD
VALUE OF Hi NEW HAINi      , ������ m
Advantage ef Supplementary 8upply
from Coquitlam Lake' Proved
In Many Ways,   j
tAPARTMENT BLOCK     (seehno shady suns   BX.LA. PRESIDENT
BURNED IN SEATTlEi m m m m\    MUST NOW CHOOSE
Remarkable Rush t* Forest Field and'
That the trustees of the Westminster schools have over the beat interests of the many pupils under their
care at heart, was brought out yesterday when the regular meeting was
held In .the offices of the secretary on
the heat of the laat few day's has
been the beet Justification possible
for  tbe waterworks extension.,  and
if the extra supply    had   not   been _
available from the linking up of the has "been   raging   in   the Porcupine
new -25-inch   main   trtm   Coquitlam mtae, lg now  UBder controI     Such
lake with the old pipe line at West- j wa> the offtclasl word brought back to
minstef Junction the citizens would thl* city at a late hour last evening,
have known again just what a water search parties who have been over
shortage fttprnsents, such   as   many the entire gj* Mne ten
DESTROYED BY OUTBREAK IN
BASEMENT���HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS DAMAGE.
LATEST REPORTS CONFIRM HAR-j THREE STORY FRAME  BUILDING*    0Cean
ROWING STORIES   PREVIOUSLY
SENT   OUT���RELIEF PARTIES EN
ROUTE FROM TORONTO.
Toronto, July 14.���The  flre whicli
Beaches���Summer
Become Common.
Homes
Sixth atreet, lasting MtffhouM,' M~jru.se ���twp������w��. ����c��   ***   ���?""* , tbe entire flre cone tell    harrowing
Truatee T. J. 1W��i   ih    the cities itf the east have learned in the ipectacles, of dead and dying and of
chair and all Um mettfwrs were pre.-  pint three weeks. '���''/>     trunks  of bodies  lying    around,    all
ent with the excepU��T��f Trustee Dr.' -����** ����� ���* ���" "*- *���"��-'
Green.
Retiring Secy^nry   lennie    lntr��y
duced bis successor In office,
Davey, to tbe board, and the
Seattle, .July 14.���X three story
frame apartment block at the corner
of Blgbtk tr��SM and Pike street was"
destroyed by Bfe, due to an outbreak
In tke basement, last evening, i
Damage to the extent of $100,000
waa done, as In addition to the block,
tKe adjoining premises were burned
out.   A-strong wted was blowing, and
I While Wfftmlnster swelters in
I tropical heat there has been an exo-
1 due ot citizens to the country and
| the seaahorp /auch as no previous
i summer has known. Every onice and
I every factory in town is depleted of
FAILING THE SELECTION O^
REFEREES FOR TOMORROWS
GAMS NELS NELSON MUST
USE PREROGATIVE.
Nels Nelson, president of the-
Britlab Columbia Lacrosse association, will for the flrst time since bn
_^_^__                          _^h_^U^UM ..arm,      m.a.     .ar.      buv     ...ma     UIU.     RIULO     1^0
its full suff. and more people ..show turned his high office Uke an   ian-
a tendency to make   their   summer po^t ^n   ln   the   championship
holidays assume a permanent    tend- matcb    scheduled    for tomorrow    at
ency.   They build bouses now at the qomm p^k, when tbe worlds cham-
beaches where formerly tents served. ploni ������, the ne��r-champlooB are due
and women and chil.Iran make their ,0 iettle  thei,.    sixth    struggle    tc*r
*?Th* Wv fact that the flre brlaade  mm-~M���," T"7~'"^    "."IT"'    *"TiOnL   A strong wted was blowing, and  home at the cottagea and bungalows m.-tarv    ^
��K SMVupV'y aX                                                                                                             ^tm\t. rer%t' wW,e ��*** f0Uc e0B�� b��**��* AtTlate hour yeaterday evenly
X, B^^MJ-j^ tfi^^^STco^T^ "" flrBnMS"|amna<ndrardg t0 ^ "	
B. C.  mits have *ten  allowed extra ttmej dead i8glMjd    on Thur��day    morning" ' control. I manda.
latter  by the wafer ^committee 'OT.'awn ����  was a conservative one and although
���the  better servica  which  a' progres
took tbe mimtbetL.   -.,.: .-,-x--	
Heating Nt* School.       v"';itne  netter servica wmen a progres-   ��)urieii    1* wiu    ������������   h    A ��� ��� ,
Tenders for   the   heating   of   the  slve  policy ln  this  department  has known what the total was
newly erected Queensborough school  been able to give the city.   It Is not      Sunnliea of shnUum. ' ����~i        j
on Lulu island were ordered opened,  so many yean since the citizens had I w~ d���.,.,'    h���f:��� .     a"(l
There were three in number, as fol- to be asked to suspend daily tfkths on 1Depioi train�� f,������    .1.   **?.  on   f
. ��� r. ..     r.a a *   a  * -   --    '      - ��� - ~- * -   iWOM     irSlM     irOTTl thin Mlv avtii
lows:      James    tt    McClughan    and  account of the demands of the domes
Mahoney & Kennedy $225 each, and j tic supply.
Merrithew ft Ramsay $214- . It., w��tj    Tha reservoirs are showing the
decided that the right hind of work, teet of the calls" made Aipon them
could not  be executed  for anything  the last few days, hut so far there ls
approaching these figures, and Trus-' no cause for alarm either from   the
garden irrigation, apeak yolumea for, over three hundred bodies have been  MONTENEGRO KING
WORKS WITH AUSTRIA
... #��v     cn     ia*i^     num      JCSICIUII;      VWUU^
town as occasion de- the respective managers. C. A. Welah
mVi   7.....  ���  .      *.             ....     1, a Sai Con Jones, had failed to arrive
In addition to what may be called t     decU,on M to ^ onicMs wba
the wealthier class of holiday makers
BV Petersburg, July 13.���That King
Nicholas of Montenegro is hand    in
the rage for day picnics grows among
young people. Innumerable are the
excursions, picnics and pleasure parties planned, and fortunately Westminster Is  well able to afford    the
will act as referee and judge of piny,
and In compliance with the rules
governing: the association, it is now
up to tbe president to name the mam-.
who will handle the whistles. Mr..
Nelson bas for many years been con-
tk~ k���..j m, .   7** . ....     ,.   ..    1    u is saw inat King   Nicnoias   nol estate msn has no trouble to boom 7Tq__ ___ "ZttTtZtT?* *mI"i�����
owfebSSiftttftmJT-ISLSf! only sympathizes with the Albanians his subdivision, tbe people come  see, at���t?Sj,3L2?i!2L,�� *JM��
aiarm euner irom    me  now collected  $23,000   within "twenty  ��"'�� ��fraP��lI"z���� *>" T.^'T1!"8 ">�����-��"��'"��""��� l"? ��"����"' "TJ   "7' He has shown more than once th��S
tee Peck  with the board's architects, domertlc or    flre   protection    stand- hours, whi e it ���^announced  TasJ  ?'.%". ?���*?VFata,t fcf T^8' ^ are��� c.on?"wed-    T,he" ihheT%Jl ��>���  means  what  he   says,  and   thl.
Gardiner   Merce"  &  Gatflnei? were-��olnt.r The full measure of the value  nlght that Sm Ontito Sd SmlnlSo' *J? f**i ^mMX^\'^JUS? the uJ!'h h�� *5l? TR*    ���7w ZT* Bame ��Pwt  will  enter into hl8  He*
appointed to call for !resh ten*ferlfor  of fhe' new^lnch main win be felt go*vernment(. '$��**��* .���S SiSS^**USi? Min? Rus U S3? liberation,, at the eIeventhl,oU    *
^^^^^^       :lfl-  before the summer ls over, wh��"- the g^u^                                              ^.uw i"lfre8le?  y��yiy*:''  ~x  r.S  nussia, ozone. Tnat   >Im  mu ��..���  -.�����  ��..
the work to he named on the speclfl
cations.
., With reference to the appeal of
the Westminster Trades and Labor
council that all school work be carried out by members of trade unions,
lt was decided to meet a delegation
from the council at a special meeting
next Thursday night at eight o'clock.
B. C. E. R. "Don'ts."
. Two months ago the secretary, with
ihe principals of the respective
Rchools, were elected a committee to
carry into effect the publication of a
notice in all the schools after th"
fetyle of the B. C. K. R. "Don'ts," but
at that time It was laid down as an
instruction \6 the committee that that
corporation was not to be connected
in any way with the matter, this despite the fact that the B. C. E. R.
had been ihe initial movers In suggesting to the trustees that such a
notice was advisable. So pleased" was
the specially appointed committee
with the B. C. E. R. Ideas that In the
report Turought in last evening tt toas
pipe line has been linked up
the Junction to the Queens
reservoir.
from
park
'--esm Italy aud Austria^ will -take a hand.     Then there ls the class who travel. ���,��� ���_���..,���* _.".. "7... "
hour."^^^
be whom.
REPORT THAT C. N. R.
WILL USE G. N. R. TRACKS
TASMANIA PREMIER
LEAVES FOR AU8TRALIA
Vancouver,  July  14.���The  premier
of Tasmania passed through this citv
eventually resulting 'in more territory a growing number induced by cheap lh,lt P���?"��� I��� I ?** i8,no^ k"?.w?>
for- Montenegro.
tickets and special facilities.   Several  {^'37^ %��" W���eR..Di'*
"!J^��?^^.^'^  2S modstTfavUU8aCk ^ thfi ��ffl-
I*.
yesterday en route home on the SS.
No confirmation can be obtained oJ Makura from the coronation.
a report that the C. N. R. are seeking;  ,	
arrangements to run over the G. N. P.! BIG DEAL COMPLETED
tracks    into    Vancouver    from    Port, IN CADERO PROPERTY
Mann, as they have already arranged j 	
from Port Kells to the tidewater tetr,    victoria, July 14���The largest real
mlnal. estate deal in the history bf the dis-
The readjustment  of the grade  at -
Park Drive, Vancouver, where a steel
bridge Is being constructed, has given
rise to rumors that a siding Is to be
prepared for C. ti, R. trains to pass,
but while the resident engineer -tii
the V. V. & E. railway, A. C. Eddy,
admitted yesterday that while tho
roadbed In the Grandview cut ls to
be lowered some I'l feet, to improve
trict was completed yesterday, when
George Parvey, on behalf of European
and Eastern Canadian capitalists, ac-
nulred the Uplands farm -at Cadero
bay for $1,600,000.
It is the Intention to subdivide the
nroperty Into high class residential
lots.
npl,v ������w���, .��� .���.,_ ��.^ B .��   the grade,'he was not In a position
stated   that  the  original   suggestions  to say anything as to the intentions
were about   as  perfect  as could  be,  of  the  company  concerning  the  use
and that they asked the trustees to
sanction the proposal to have thesj
lists hung In the schools of the (Sty
in frame* supplied by the B. C. E. R.
This was h��ld to be a direct contravention of  the arrangement, and    a
of the tracks by another company.
REEVE WEART OF BURNABY
FAVORS COMMISSION RULE
H^HM^^^
*> The Census Figures. ���
��� Make sure your Dame is on ���
4*. the    census.    New    Westmln- ���
��� ster  want's  her  proper  repre- ���
��� sentation  at  Ottawa and Vic- ���
��� toria.   If you think your name ���
I ��� . has not been    taken    get   in **S
��� touch      with       Commissioner ���
��� 'Douglas at  508  Royal avenue. ���
��� Every    employer   should    see ���
��� that' all his    employees''  have ���
��� been counted. 'Every head of' ���
��� * family should see    that   al^ ���
��� fhe members of his household' ���
��� are on the list. ���
��� ���. ���
RESCUEB FROM GRAVE       \
IN DEEP WATERS OF OULF
,   represented It eft the coronation, held
*  six thousand miles away, regarded as
quite ah ordinary trip today, but    as
tbe event cjr'a lifetime a few  years
ago.
LATEST PHA8E IN
COOUITLAM LAND BEAL
announcement   w*s
Vancouver representatives asserted at the emergency meeting ln this
city that they would not stand for ���
the last named, but If a second official could, be found who would net
with Ditchburn they would be agreeable.
The great difficulty will be   to tw-
earth someone who  will manage th*f-
Authoritative    nnuuum-cmcui/    vi*/> -��-�������� .      - ������ .-���r-y ���"���_;
made yesterday ot the organisation Of 2ftJT2*K t I 'Vt ���    ? ?*.    r-
Co-.nitlam     Terminal   Co'..   LH..  ^ >jftf,|">   ��n easy Jask in front or
,
motion waa carried that the renort been performed by Maurice Blood, of
lie on the table for six months. Trustees Mrs. Cross and Mr. Keid dissented. It was agreed to have the new
secretary draw up notices such as
had been formulated by the B. C. E.
R., but with the proviso that the
board pay for all the expenses them
Ross Rifle Feat.
Bisley Camp, July 13.���Though thef
riflemen's Derby Ib still in its initial  Believes Solution of Growing Munici
stage, a wonderful  feat  has already.
.pallties Lies In Whole Time
Controllerships.
Dan  Ronald  Hangs Eleven  Hours to
Upturned Boat���Passing Tug
Rescues Aiventu.-er.
the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
which will put at rest rumors that
have lon! been current retarding1 th��
ownership of the large tract of land
surrounclinx. tho new Canadian Pacific terminals ln Coqultiam. The officers of the new company announce
that their company owns some 1500
acres on both sides of the 1200-acre
���trln about two miles long, which the
C. P. R. company ht^s purchased at
Coquitlam. t
I    The company has established tem-
. porary offices at 507-508 Bower bulld-
ln��. Vancouver, but-as soon as it begins  active    operations    will    open
I larger offices' elsewhere.   The Coquit
him nt thin Ime ^^^^^^^^^^^
As all urninnements have hA*T
completed foi llie match ot Sahirdar.
It fs tp be liorod that Vancouver will'
axrae to whatever decision 1*t reached, and thnt nothing wlll Intervene
to put a stop to the engagement at
Queens park.
SALMON   BELLIES   TRAIN
-    FOR  BIG ENGAGEMENT
selves. Trustee Reid, speaking
against the shelving process, contending that the B. C. E. R. was to
be congratulated on bringing the sub-j
ject before the board, but many members WerA of the opinion that a corporation shonld not be permitted to
display their business in the school
rooms. I
The chairman reported that acting
on Instructions from tlie previous
meeting he had seen tiie assessment
commissioner re the assessment of
the school property, and the following
figures showed how the board stood
with regard to the land over whicli
they exercise control for school sites:
Tlpperary. $75,000: new school on
Sixth avenue, $22,000; Sapperton new
school,  $10,000;   Central  school. $45,-
tbe Irishmen's Rifle association, who
has won right off the reel the Bass
and Edge, the Halford Memorial and
Wimbledon cup.    No man has before     .,���,.-,       *-,      ia
carred off all    these    trophies.    He      Keeve Weart. of Burnaby, hopes to'     Vancouver,   July   ]4.-Dan   Ronald,
used   throughout, the Canadian Ross! see  his municipality adopt the com-  of this city,  was  brought In  yester-,
rifle   and  ammunition  of  the   Mutch j mission form of government.   If this  day  by the tug Owen   having    been
rifle'pattern   and  seems  certain    to | occurs,  it will  entail an amendment  picked up in the .Gulf of Georgia from
It is plain the Salmon Bellies are
determined to exert every nerve    t-i
capture the honors on Saturday when
at Queens park, they   claSh   in   the
lam Terminal company takes aver aU league championship with   the   Van-
the holdings of John F. Langan and  couver aggregation.    A stiff practice
H.  p, Simpson In Coquitlam. and
capitalized  at  $750,000.
is
MARVELLOUS GROWTH
OF WHITE ROCK RESORT
win the Hopton cup, for which these jof the  Municipal  Clauses act, as no  an open boat, after having, been hang-
competitions count. I rural' municipality has yet sought to   ing on it for eleven hours.
! adopt   this   system  which   now    has1     He bad attempted to make Victoria
many advocates   in    Vancouver   and
Victoria.
In the course of an   Interview   he
THE  AUTOMOBILE  ACCIDENT.
Who
Extent   of   Injuries   of   Those
Were Hurt in Fall. 1 gays:
The Daily News is asked to make -j believe Jt would be In the in-
a statement with reference to flidI terests of the district generally and a
automobile accident at Agassiz on I saving to the people if a competent
Wednesday, when a bridge gave way j board of commissioners were in
en route to Harrison Hot Springs, | charge of the general work of the cor-
r-reclpltatlng the occupants Into a]p0ration. While my experience of
stream, and on the marshy ground, municipal work has been limited, I
adjoining.    It  appears  that  MIss F. | am satisfied from the experience    I
in the boat, an ordinary fishing
smack, nnd the seams bad opened.
She filled with water, and then overturned.
Many people are down at White
Rock enjoying the sea breezes while
their friends swelter ln town.      The
G. N. R. have a gang of men at work ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
repairing   and   grading   the   roadway  ���el of the champions', representatives
along   the   seafront.   the    provincial   wm  not  be known  until immediatelr
road superintendent has another gang  before the match tomorrow,
grading the'road ^Ipng the,Campbell
was held yesterday, and despite the
almost tropical h"at, tbe stlckliand-
lers gave proof that It would take
more than the rays from Old Sol ta
make them ease up in their movements.
It was rumored last night that
Buck Marshall would be dropped
from the team, and Ernie Murray Included tn the line up. but the person-
river to connect White Rock with t!ie
,,,. ������_.*���      ,     v ��� new    Pacific    highway,    and    White,
S^klfflM heWaB   �� ad^sper",'Shiles & ,Co. have a camp   of   sur-
ate condition.
K.
W. Cunningham was assisted first ,J>y
W. D. Purdy, of this city, and after
he had supported her head on his
shoulder she was assisted to land hv
W. ^^^^^
000; old West school, $4000;  Sapper .
ton (present schooll, $3500; Queens- the bank. Mr. Purdy himself su.v
borough, $1500. These figures were tained a flesh wound, and also hurt
nccepted, and *111 be forwarded to his hip as he Jumped from the car
the government officials at Ottawa as it overturned. His visitor. Miss
for Inclusion In the annual blue bodk. Ida Newlands, of New York, ls con-
Chalra Not Forms. . fined to her room, having been
A long discussion took place on severely shaken up, but It Is honed
the subject of the question of desks she wlll be ahout aualn In a few days
as used by the pupils of the various Miss Cunningham had a bad shaking
schools, this having regard to the un. Two men and two elrls trom Mis-
health and physical welfare   of   the sion are also among the Injured.
boys    and girls.    Trustee    Peck.    In.  ���	
opening the discussion, was strongly Strathcona at Bath,
of opinion that the day of the   old      London. July 14.���The freedom   ol
fashioned    cramped-up     position    of the city of Bath was yesterday con-
scholars was paBt, and that Westmln- ferred on Lord Strathcona. W<fh com
ster should follow along the lines of missloner! The mayor (T. B. Sllcock)
many schools ln other parts of the gald it was an honor to add the name
country, ln the east,    and    on    the 0f such a distinguished man to the
other, side of the border where chairs roli of freemen.
were used instead of the present sys- mmmaam*****ma********m******aa**Mm*^*****itm
tem ot forms, which   made   no   nro- =============^=^=^==
vision for the growing youth or maid- beji^flcial.    Thefe were many pupils
have had that a board   of   commissioners can more systematically    ad-
Lawyer Leaves Politics.
Montreal. July 13.���Hon. A
Maclean, attorney general of Nova
Scotia, and, former Liberal member
for Lunenburg, ln the House of Commons, is going out of politics short!;
mTniVt^the"affaire o7a7o7eoratfon He-has been admitted ^0 Ule Quebec Buckland   D  A   Shite,
than any board of aldermen elected  bar and wl" take up h,a residence in  Brown, KBuckiand, u. a. bnnei
K. Rutledge. who brought her to I by the people which Is    subject   to  Montreal, practicing as a corporation I?'8^;-   WeStEteT   an?' sev
change annually. | lawyer.    Mr.  Maclean    In  his sho.t ��r   ^ew    Westminster,   nn:t   sev
"My reasons are," he explained, parliamentary career at Ottp/,a, dls-
"that the average board of aldermen tlngulshed himself as one of the most
are not experienced In municipal Eb,e me*> ln lhe government rajiks.
work; that they are unable to give He was selected by popular opinion
the necessary time to serve the in- t0 8l|cce��l Premier Murray of Novft
terests of the municipality; and are, Scotia when he decided to retire,
of necessity, forced to rely upon thej
PORTUGUESE  REPUBLIC
chiefs of departments who, too often, CALL TO ARMS AGAIN8T
are prone to follow in the old rut;
that in all cases where the ward system prevails a councillor is apt, and
rightly so from his point of view, to
strenuously work for the expenditure
of money In his ward when other
nortlons of the municipality are ln
greater need of such expenditure.
"On the other hand, a    board    of
commissioners,  whose actions
veyors laying out lots and roadways
on the townsite property, and a sta'I
of men are also busy laying a pipe
line from the small reservoir on the
top of the hill to supplement the several springs. House building still continues as* ive: this week cottages
have been commenced for J. AnBtlo
and A.  Vachon, of Vancouver;   J.  E-
Shiles. J.
Jteece,
eral
three-room .tents have been put up.
Including those for Messrs. Hawkshaw H. Hutton. J. Travers, W. Ross,
Blggar Bros.' and J. Anderson.
There are now over forty houses
ln all at White Rock in place of five
this time last year, and In view of the
rapid advancement of the place as a
BASEBALL
Northwestern League.
Thursday, July 13.
At Vancouver���Tacoma ti,    Vancouver 3.
At   Spokane���Spokane   2,   Portland
10.
At Seattle���Seattle 7, Victoria 5..
STEEL CITY WILL NOW
BE  AT PORT MANN
Capitalized at $10,000,000, the British Columbia Steel Corporation, Ltd..
has announced that Immediately, at
Port Mann, construction will be undertaken of the flrst unit of the great
steel plan it is the ambition of the
concern to build and operate. Plans
have been decided upon, the directors
p���r . _         have stated for Unit No. 1, which will
summer resort, the townsite   aeents, -cost^ $700,000.
White, Shiles & Co., are arranging to I    Divided Into   100,000    shares,    the
keep at least two men on the prop- capital stock of the corporation will
London, July 13.���With a war fund'ertv next winter to act as watchmen
and prbtect the homes already built.
of $6,000,000, raised by the Portuguese ln Brazil, already available, a
call to arms to all Portuguese monarchists has been issued Jointly by
ex-King Manuel of Portugal and Don
Miguel
  the pretender, according    to
���     . .      ,      ..  ,    .    mu . an Exchange Telegraph despatch re-
necessarily determine their term of ceKed here today from Badajoge
office, are always bound to admhiister 1    u !��� reported that Capt. Couceiro
*K a      nlfnl ��������      r*f      * li^i      ��*�� ***-*.n**ra tlnn       *.*      *!��*�� *********^i,sS****m**************************^l----------------***^^^^^^^
ORANGEMEN'S  EXCUR8ION
DITCHED IN ALBERTA
Edmonton.  July  14.���Over    twenty .
excursionists who went down to Red .^n* of j��l^ fw their system
be issued at $100. Raw material for
use at the new plant has been thoroughly prosnected and mined ready
for use In the furnaces.
Canadian Northern railway officials
have agreed to purchase from thc
new  concern  from   80,000  to  lOO.nitr
The
.,.- M.,��� ... ., ,       ���.. **-     '"    .*.f*r.a.araa     ...na     a.,.*,,,.     VUUUCUU
the affairs of the corporation ln the leader of the Royai,8t movement for
most (air and economical manner.     J the reBtoratIon of the monarchv. I,   ....��� ��� -.���.��� ���  ��� ���  ~. .
Under the  Mun cipal Clauses act n~~*n England endeavoring to effect   The entire train was derailed
there Is no power given to abolish the ,^, purcha8e of a British warship       I    Women anl children chiefly
��n who had to sit for hours in an un- wfu>' would suffer from curvature of
natural position. the spine through having to sit in   a
Trustee Thornber essayed the cramped position, an^pore'over their
opinion' that a number of adjustable lessons. The whole matter was reforms were In the service of the ferred to the medical officer, who will
board, and these were available in hr* asked ta"present his views to the
n large number of the schools. full board.
Answering   a   question    from   the      Owing to the absence from the city
chair as to the cost of chairs, "I'rustw of .T. ��R.  Pearson,  ��f the Dominion
Peck  said that  while  the chair  sys- Trust company, lt  was    decided    to
tem was    certainly    dearer,    almost await  that  centleman's  return  from' the abolition of the wards, an aopllca"-  that It "may'be"adonted"hv"th*"nV
the coot  should vacation, and put him under oath re- tlon will be made   *��   ���'"��' ���***'**+��**>  ~i��i^   nj.m *    H���_ * A " "
Deer for the Oranee celebrations weivi
injured on the Edmonton 'special over
the C.  P.  R., the car belnK hurled
the monarchy,  li   Into a ditch a mile south of Ponoka.
Grand Trunk Qnciflc fnd Cnnad'->T
Pacific have also agreed to patronize
the new coast industry.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      suffer-
' ed, but  none will  die, serious    cuts
! nnd hruisea being the worst of    the
injuries inflicted.
ward system wlfhout a petition being
received from 51 per   cent,   of   the
I registered owners of property, which | New Ballotbox,
is almost Impossible to   obtain.   But Kingston. July 13.���A ballotbox in-
In the   hore   that,   the   government vented by Mr. Joseph B. Walkem, K.
would amend the act If it were shown C, of this city, has been brought to
that a large majority of the electors the attention  of Hon.  Charles  Mur-                            	
voting at the general election favored phy, secretary of state, and it is sail      Victoria   July 14.���TVie mlnf��tpr
DEFINITION OF WIDTH
OF  PUBLIC  ROADS
double, he believed
no* enter Into the issu
snd  health
their  care  was
than the mere
which would
The Hve3  pardine the statements of a trustee general    to
to   the' attorney  minion   Government.    ' The   box   has
amen!   the     Municlnal been approved by the Ontario govern-
public works, Hon. Thomas T��vlo'\,4
Issued todav'. notice of a standard ���,
wirttb tor all public roads In organl?-
of the    children    under tbat   the  Insurance  policies    of    tho  Clauses act to plve to the mnnlf/'alltv   ment.   It ls a very simple device, and  ��d district*  and ft'I main trunk roads
vas  of more  Importance board are being placed ln a manner  power  to sbolNh the  wards  wltho-tt   does away with the lid which opens  I"  nnor"-anl'ed    districts    nf 6fi feet
re cost   of   the   article, which  does  not reflect credit  upon, obtaining the 51 per cent, now   pro- oh the too, and which Ins been the ��He. 33 f��et from the official centre
be found   to   be   most the board. 1 vlded."   *���      ' ��� I source of crooked work. line on eRKer side.
I Sir William Whyte
I Montreal, July 4.���Sir William,
Whyte, second vice president of the
C. P. R., said yesterday he should remain with the company for some timi;
yet.
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��� The  maximum  shade    read- ���
Ing yesterday    was    85.fi    de- ������
grees,  the  highest  point    V*e 4>
mercury has   reached    locally ���
this year. ���
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/THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911.
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LOST���A SORREL HOR8B, WHITE
face. Any information should be
sent to Royal City Dye Works.
1TANTED���A MAN TO DRIVE DE-
Hvery rig. Apply Queens Meat
Market, Columbia street.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX
roomed  bouse.    Apply Walsh Sash
* Door Co.    Phone 413.
WANTED��� A ROUTE BOY FOR ED- ]
���sonds district.    Apply Daily News
office.
��. HAVE A CLIENT WHO WANTS !
to buy a flve room bungalow, $500,
'balance as rent.   What have you to:
offer ?      Reply    to    Kellington    &
Hendry, Vancouver bank block.  ���
FOUND.
FOUND���R.   C.   H.   S.  PIN. LOSER
call   at   News   office   and receive
same. ���
REID, CURTIS & DORGON
706 Columbia- St
HOUSE on Tenth avenue, Burnabv
side, five rooms, 50x150 foot lot to
lane; perfectly cleared, high, view1
property: building new. $1700,
$500 cash.
WANTED TO BUY���A MODERN SIX
or seven roomed cottage   on    full'
aired lot, cleared.    State price and
terms to X, Y. Z��� Dally News office.
WANTED���YOUNG MAN AGED 26
desires     position,     expert    steuo-
. cntpher and typist, bookkeeper,
���rat class commercial training; reasonable salary accepted. Address
Box Y. M., News office.
��� '   "   ���������aaaa^^���    i       ��� ,
WANTED���YOUNG MAN WANTS
room and board near Columbian
college.   L, Daily News.
WANTED���BY YOUTH WITH SOME
practical experience, position in
store or office. Address "S," this
office.	
WANTED  KNOWN���MILLER'S   EM-
ployment    office,    No.    8    Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
SAPPERTON home, short block from
Vancouver and city cars, size of lot
45x120: has six rooms, all brand
new.   $1600, $500 cash.
TENTH avenue home near Second
street, on large piece of ground,
106x132 feet; house has Just been
rebuilt    and    ls  very    comfortable
shape: ground all in crop. $2600,
$1000 cash.
REID, CURTIS & DORGON
70S Columbia St.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd Call 860. Box 1003. If yoa
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small ft Bucklin.
TO RENT���FOR SUMMER HOLI
days at, White Rock, two three
roomed tents and one four roomed
cottage. Apply immediately to
White, Shiles ft Co., real estate
bickers,   Columbia   street.   Phone
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Eastern
Excursions
TICKETS ON SALE;
July 4, 5, 6, 19, 20. 26. 27, 28.
August 3, 4, 5, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23,
28, 29, 30.
September 1, 2, 4, 6, 6, 7.
Going Limit, Fifteen Days.
Final Return Limit, October 31, 1911.
For rates and full information apply to '
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRE BLOCK ON
B. C. tram; excellent soil; $150 per
acre. Terms. Owner, 1301 Nanaimo
street, city.
WILL EXCHANGE ACREAGE ON
fi. C. tram for good building lot iu
city.    1301 Nanaimo street, city.
TOR SALE���140 ACRES IN LANG-
tmy   on  good    road,  small   house,
*"?>ara, orchard; 35 acres cleared;
balance easy cleared. Price and
terms reasonable. Owner, 1301
Naniamo sCTCet, city.
H. W. BRODIE,
A. G. P. A.
Vancouver.
E. GOULET,
Local Agent.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER  TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO 8EATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunda;
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
FOR SALE���THIS IS A SNAP FOR
a few days. A bungalow cloBe to
city   (new)   on  cleared  lot.    Price
$1350.    Terms,  $225.00  cash;     bai-      	
ance 6, 12, 18 months at 7 per cent.|T0 PR1NCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
Hatt-Cook,  527   Front  street. | u p  _   May 6> 16   ,7> AprU 4   1B> 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
8S. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday. Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m Tuesday, Thursday, Saturdaj
Por Other Sailings and Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
O. P. A., Vancouver.
FOR SALE���SURREY, 27 ACRES OF
splendid land, seven acres all cleared and under cultivation, balance
easy to clear; close to Port Mann
townsite, facing Pike road, only
one-quarter' mile from Yale road.
Price $195 per acre. $1500 ca-ih,
*>alance to arrange. This is really
a bargain. Apply to Box S , Daily
News.
TO  RENT.
���TO BENT���FURNISHED ROOM, 610
Ajines stieet.
-TO BENT���FURNISHED ROOMS,
suitable for light housekeeping. Ap
ply Alex. Speck, 741 Fronl street.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
brat��'d; furniture all new; tele-
fihonc in house. Apply 37 Agnes
stxeet
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
furnished for two gentlemen, bath
room and modern conveniences,
Gopel&nd, 511V6  Eighth Btreet.
TO BENT���ONE SUITE OF HOUSE-
hwping room, furnished or unfurnished; also room for two gentle-
mnn.    Apply 224 Seventh stieet.
TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
Atrnlshed rooms In Cliff block, on
StjIIj street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chap-
.man, r*oom 2, third Moor.
TO RKNT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Royal
s\rcrue.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
(or light housekeeping. Apply to A.'
���U. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Co-,
InmbJa  Btreet.
LOST.
LOST ��� A LOCKET, BETWEEN
Kighfh street and Leopold place on
'Columbia street, containing en-
-graAings of Masonic Hoyal Arch
��� Chapter and Knight Templars sign.
���'Finder please return to News office.
COST���A FOX TERRIER DOO, FIVE
months old, from 823 Holbrook
street on Tuesday afternoon. Undershot and with a growry on the
throat. Should anyone be found
harboring tbe dog after this notice
a warrant will be caused to be ls-
��wd, by the owner, J. Jackson, 823
Holbrook street. New Westminster,
J1-' C. _,".
SEE McELROY
for sewer connection
'Phone R672
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NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
?ow be ready to_open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the ' facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest it paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable terms.    ::   ::
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PUN ARBITRATION TO
SETTLE OLD DISPUTES
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Great  Britain  and   United    State*   to
Submit     Claim*     Aon.-efiating
Several  Million*.
Washington, July 13.���The princl- j
pie of arbitration of international dls-.
putes. In bo far aa Its application to,
tbe United States and Great Britain
la concerned, received a prqn.cun ;ed
impetus today. Secretary of State
Knox and Ambassador Bryce signed
the first schedule of certain pecuniary claim's existing between the
United States and Great Britain and
the terms of their submission to ar-1
bltration in accordance with the special agreement signed August ljj last.
Not sr/isfled with this accomplishment for one day, the secretary and
ambassador then further lent their
energies in the cause of international
peace by conferring for an hour on
the proposed general arbitration
treaty, which is to supplant, by broadening Its scope, the very convention
under which the pecuniary claims
will be arbitrated.
This conference wa* devoted to
questions relating primarily to
phraseology. It is admitted in official quarters that the treaty is all but
completed, and the administration is
confident lt will be finished in Ume
for submission to the senate for ratification at the present session.
The pecuniary claims to be arbitrated aggregate several million dollars. Some of them are of long standing, even antedating the war Qf 1812,
while many grew out of the war in
the Philippines. Others relate to the
fisheries and the Fiji Islands. ;
Both the special agreement anj tho!
schedule of claims will now be sub-
mitted to the senate for ratification.]
Tbe special agreement commits thei
two governments to the ��� arbitration
elaims and provides the ma'chtnery of
the arbitral tribunal, while the schedule is a list of claims believed to be
legitimate and worthy of consideration. It is generally understood that
the question will be arbitrated by a
commission composed of representatives of the United States and Great
Britain and a disinterested umpire.
This arbitration will be the second
under the general arbitration  treaty
Iof 1908 between America anl England, the first subject undertaken being the North Atlantic fisheries dls-
I pute,�� which was settled by Tha
.Hague Tribunal last summer.
Have You
Visited
ROCK?
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Applications are invited for the
position of mounted constable at $76
per month. Applicants state "re,
height, weight, present occupation
and experience. None but men with
previous mounted experience need apply. Applications accompanied by
testimonials to be sent to the undersigned on or before noon of Monday,
Julv 17th inst.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,
Clerk.
Municipal  Hall, Edmonds, B.C.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL Sl* ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $(.,200,000
Reserve       6,900,000
Tlie Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from Uie
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout tlie Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tlie principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New  Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
MOUNTAIN   SYMPHONY
NOW BEING COMPOSED
Munich, July 12.���Richard Strauss
is engaged on an important work
which will' be called "An Alpine
Symphony," and wlll take about one
hour to play. It will have two main
dlsivions. The first part represents
the feelings of a lonely traveller ascending a high mountain, withdrawing himself gradually from the world.
A lyrical motif ls threaded through
this which wlll represent the littleness of terrestrial aJTalrs.
There will tie musical descriptions
of the difficulties encountered by the
climber on his way; a waterfall, a
deep gorge, a mountain thunderstorm.
Arrived at the summit, the climber
breaks out into a song of praise pt
the glories of Alpine scenery.
The second division of the work describes the descent. The traveller,
Inspired with the beauties of nature
as seen in mountains, is filled with
religious unbelief and worships nature instead of God. The descent is
occupied with the struggle of the
wanderer's soul between this feeling
for nature alone and the higher feeling for the divine, both of these feeling being represented by their particular motifs.
Finally the motif of religious faith
dominates the other, and the symphony concludes with hymn of praise
of God.
If not,{there's
a treat in
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXE
5���Asylum.
0���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Opera  House,  Lorne  street.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second  and   Park   Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Burnett Mills, Sapperton.
Itl���Royal  Columbian  Hospital.
21���Queen's avenue and Third.
2.'!���Queen's avenue and Sixth.
24���Third avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avenue and Fourth.
2ti���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third  avenue and  Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth. 1
24���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and  McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small and  Bucklin Mills.
43���B. C. E. R. Railway Car Shops.
45���Eighth avenue and Twelfth.
46���Sixth avenue and Tenth.
TWO MORMON CHURCHES
COMPLETE IN DENMARK
Copenhagen, July 12.���Mormonlsm
In Denmark has developed Internal
competition. Two Mormon communities have been formed, one un ler Andrew Jenson. styling themselves the
"Latter Days Holy Ones," and n
smaller section under Petor Mucens. |
calling themselves "the Reorganized i
Community of Jesus Christ of the
Latter Days Holy Ones."
"We are few," says Mucens, "but w.j
are strong, because we stand on everlasting truth. When Joseph Smith j
founded Mormonlsia there was no
talk of having more wives than one;
on the contrary, lt was distinctly pro-!
hiblted. It was Brigham Young who
altered the fundamental books and,
In accordance with hiB own tastes, Introduced polygamy. Against, this we
protested, left Utah and went to
Iowa. !
"I represent a small Danish branch
of this community. We commit no
acts af variance with Danish H "B-,
like other Mormons, we are peaceful,
diligent *and harm no one. I do not j
regard many of our members as be-;
lng very religious. Young people
Join us on account of the sociability
and the amusements that result, ln
f these matters we are lftte a big and
happy family, with plenty of music.
pretty girls and handsome young
men, who enjoy themselves to the
full, for our community is growing
steadily, partly by new members
coming ln and partly by the Increase
of children in our Mormon families."
Riok'^klnrj M"��t .c*n->.
Toronto, July 11.���That the city authorities will not permit the betting
men to carry out their bookmaklng
practices in this city was made very
, evident yesterday when at the pollce
��� conns, me bench fined one ci Uiti
fraternity   S1000.
store for you
WHITE ROCK IS THE SEASIDE
RESIDENCE AND COUNTRY RESORT OP CITIZENS OP NEW
WESTMINSTER. THE SPLENDID
BATHING FACILITIES COUPLED
WITH THE ABSOLUTE SAFETY
POR CHILDREN. MAKES IT AN
IDEAL SUMMER HOME.
The splendid railway service makes it possible
for the head of the family to spend his evenings at
White Rock, returning early^in the morning to his
business. ,
GET  BUSY AND GO CLAM DIGGING AT  WHITE  ROCK.    IP YOU
HAVE   NEVER   DUG   POR   CLAMS
IT WILL KEEP YOU BUSY LEARN-
.     ING HOW.
��� I On the townsite of White Rock, Messrs. White,
Shiles & Co. are prepared to erect for clients, tents
or houses immediately, on the easiest possible terms
w
THERE IS NO NEED TO PUT
OFF YOUR TRIP TO THE SEA^
SIDE TILL NEXT YEAR, WHITE.
SHILES & CO. WILL FIX YOU UP
RIGHT AWAY.
V
DO A BIT OF THINKING ! Secure your
summer home, take the train at the earliest opportunity anb select your lot, before it's too late, before
all the best locations are sold, and before the prices
are again raised.
THE TOWNSITE OP WHITE
ROCK HAS A COMMANDING VIEW
OP SEMIAHMOO BAY, PLENTY OP
PURE WATER, FRESH AIR, AND
NO MOSQUITOS.    .
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
SEE THE TOWNSITE AGENTS,
White, Shiles & Co.
628 and 724 Columbia Street.
Or apply   to    E. H. Sands, White Rock.
P. s.���White, Shiles & Co. operate a store at White Rock at city
prices for the convenience of residents and campers. ^"
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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1111.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FAGS
Wanted!
Tenders for clearing and ditching
222 acres of land. Plana can be seen
at Diamond tc Corbould's office,
rooma 1 and 2 Larery block, Columbia
���treet.
-       S\ I ��� III       ���I HL
Westminster
Transfer Co.
vm-** 'PkOM IH.     Bam
u��
Beflble Straet
Baggage   delivered   proapUy   la
aay put of tha ally.
Light and Heavy HaaBBg
' OPPICB���TPAM OBPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMliSTER, B.C.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
IM to H E P.
S and 4 Cyda.
Local Aaente
Westminster Iran Works
Phone  SS.
Tenth  St., Now Weetmlneter.
TO UNVEIL MONUMENT
ON WATERLOO CENTENARY
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Cerner Fourth  Ave. and  Second St.
Wholesale and Retail Bread Merchants. Shipping orders receive careful attention.
Phono 435.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 8lxth Avenue. Phono 667
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        flMOO,000.00
RESERVE    ,..   .12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In Ix>ndon, Eng
land, New York, Oh'eago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Lei
ters of Credit Issued, available wltb
���correspondents In all parte Of the
world.
Bavlnga Bank Dspertment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest alio wei at 8 par eent. por
annum  (preset! rate).
Total   As��ets  over  8186.0UO.OOO.OO
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Prince St
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd.
THEJROY^JNE
MONTREAL���QUEBEC.
TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND
Shortest  Route to London on 12,000
Ton Floating Palaces.
Next   Sailings  from   Montreal:
ROYAL   EDWARD    JULY   12
flOYAL GEORGE   JULY 26
ROYAL   EDWARD    AUG. 9
Rates of Passage:
lst Class, $90.00 and upVarda
2nd Class, $51.26 and upwards
3rd Class, Bristol or London, $31.25
Further Information from Ed Goulet, C. P. R. Agent, or write
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
Belgians  Planning Appropriate   Celebration for July 18 Four
Year Hence.
Belgium, July 13.���A committee ls
being formed to commemorate the
hundredth anniversary of the battle
of Waterloo, which will occur June
18, 1916, and one feature of this celebration haa already been decided upon. Thla la to collect all the bones,
which are still found In large num-
bera on and around tbe battleneld,
and place tbem ln a great tomb, and
above tbla tomb to eract an appropriate monument in honor of tbe unidentified fallen soldier.
Thla is an unusual and perhaps
unique method of perpetuating among
future generations the memory of a
great battle. The London Telegraph
aaya of this method that "It has been
reserved for one of the minor nations to conceive a form of celebration humane and chivalrous enough
to make a new impression upon the
world's Imagination."
* Tba habit between nations Is to
perpetuate the memory of their own
side on the battlefield, and in case
their own side lost on that particular
battlefield to say as little about it as
possible and to be content if the winning aide ls equally reticent. I
The Germane for example zrz just
finishing a very simple but most impressive Voelkerschlachtdenkmal in
the near neighborhood of Leipzig to
perpetuate the memory of the defeat
of Napoleon Bonaparte at Leipzig by
the German people, with some Russian help, on October 18, 1813���a battle in which old Bluecher came in on
the flank very much as he did later
at Waterloo���but lt has not occurred
to anyone to suggest that tbe memory i
of the 50,000 Frenchmen who lost
their lives ln that dreadful and disastrous rout should also be carried'forward by this stately monument.
REVOLUTiON BIEWtNG
IN WEST INDIAN ISIAND
Horrible Gasoline Fire.
Grand, Junction, Colo., July 13.���
J. O.'Wlliams. his wife and three
children are horribly burned corpses
today as the result of a gasoline fir?
which occurred at their home in
Ruby, a small town twenty-three
miles from here, yesterday afternoon.
F.'umors of Discontent From Outlying
Provinces���President' Gomez
Cause-
Havana,   July  13.���Rumors  of   discontent in the provinces during the'
last few days are growing into real!
revolutionary talk today.   Sugar men:
and others arriving at Havana bring,
' tales  of  general  disaffection  among j
' the Rural Guard, especially In Pinar
| Del Rio and Orieate provinces and :
events indicate a careful underground
organization.
|    The government refuses to Uke the;
rumors seriously, but many wbo pro-i
| fees to know say there is great un-
easiness at tbe palace.
The unrest is believed to be caused
by the publication In the Havana
newspapers two weeks ago of the per-
sonal accumulations of President Gomez' and the wide discussion thereof
by the local press. It was announced
then that the president had purchased
lots at the corner ofProdo and Colon
streets for $135,000, and would erect
a mansion covering fully half a city
block. The articles pointed out that
Senor Gomez took the presidency with
no assets except $89,000 debts, and
as his salary for two years of Incumbency is only $26,000 a year the antl-
| administration papers commented
sarcastically on the economical abiU-;
ties of the president.
This seems to have aroused the agi-'
tators in the outlying Jrovinces, but
efforts to trace tbe rumors of an up-1
rising fall to reveal any leader. Faus-
tlno Guerra, who was   shot   at last
October half a block from the palace,:
Is said to be living quietly in Havana. [
and nothing.connects him with   the;
reports. j
The provinces of Pinar Del Rio and
Orlente are at opposite ends of the
Island, and rumors from both are tak-'
en to Indicate that the disaffection
ls general. The president has Issued
a statement, piving an inventory of
his estate, which shows it to be of
only modern dimensions, acquired
prior to his assuming office'. !
This action of the president Is deplored by his friends as weak and un- j
dignified, and denounced by hls    ���-->
mles as an attempt to cover culpabll-j
Ity. '
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Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at        12    MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT   AND STEWART Mondays and Thursdays
FOR VJCTORIA AND SEATTLE    Tuesdays and Saturdays
Connecting at Prince Rupert with steamer for Port Simpson. Kip-
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Pacific Railway trains east 100 miles.
One Way and Round-Trip Excursion Tickets to All Points East Via
the Grand Trunk System  Double Track Route.
Information cheerfully given.    No trouble to answer questions.
Harry G. Smith, G. P. & T. A Phone  Seymour  7100
L. V. Druce, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone Seymour 3060
GENERAL   AGENCY   TRANSATLANTIC STEAM8HIP LINES.
E.  M. CURTIS.
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Fresh Sanitary Milk
IN PINT AND QUART BOTTLES
Delivered to any part of the city.    Bottled on the Mountain Meadows
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FRASER VALLEY DAIRY   '
Phone 490. 628 Clarkson Street.
COAL
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Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 106.    P. O. Box 346.
Office, Front 8t, Foot of 8lxth.
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INTERURBAN TRAMS      EXCURSION TO
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Westminster branch. ��� Cftra
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5:45
a.m. and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Sunday leaves at 6, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting1 at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m.
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on Its Fraser Valley
line.
Tickets wlll be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS  TO
TAKE   THIS   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
A New Stock of Bathing Caps
and Water Wings
Advertise in
The Daily News
AT
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SATURDAY
SUIT SALE
We have too many Suits
and we are going to sell
them. That's the situation put '��� plainly. They
are the same splendid
suits that we have been
selling for $20.00 and
$22.50, and we offer the
free unrestricted choice
of -them for
$15.00 Jmt   Fifteen   Dollars $15.00
These Suits will be sold at this price
for one day only. You cannot afford
to miss this great Suit Sale
SATURDAY, JULY 1 5
Reid & McDonald
The Store of Satisfaction
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
One Night, Tuesday,
July 18
"They've Made the Whole World Laugh"
The Oldest and Best.
NOTABLE TOUR OF
Richards & Pringle's
FAMOUS GEORGIA
MINSTRELS
Thousands  of  dollars invested in its equipment.
A veritable dream of the Arabian Nights.
Everybody goes to the Minstrels, they can't help it.
They are catchirjg.
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Prices $1.00 75c. and 50c.
Seats on sale at MacKenzie's Pharmacy.
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.CWilllUad by The Dally Newi Pobllah-
t�� Company, Limited, at their offices,
- win    of   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
A. Paige Managing' Director
FRIDAY, JULY 14,'���foil.
IRELAND AND WALES.
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a 8tr0ng ^^t'aJ^T^^J fff^
of pomp and show.pn^ as aUT^^ A   Carmlch"��,, jgg.
world knows, possetesal of a rare ���    ciayburn���Number of candidates 2;
.   a          rr>_    .*._...,    m    vnVUl    T*rt\.       _J     . Flnll��    UnpimAll       KI'.S
passed 1.    Belle Hartnell. 564.
Glenmore���Numbet   of   candidates
3: passed 0.        "'if'J)
Matsqui���Number of candidates 5:
Fred - Cederberg, 609;   Ernest Jensen,
806;  May Martin, 580;  Alice Thirkle,
580;  Wallace Fenton, 578;    Clarence
Wilieock, 575. ,  ���     �� ."JA
^Srfnbury���Number ,ef candidates 2;
passed 1.   Olive M." Alexander, 614.
Municipality of Coquitlam.
Coquitlam���Number   of   candidates
2;  passed 1.    Henrietta Devaux, 626.
Coquitlam East���Number of candidates 1; passed 1. William J. Mou&ce,
566.
Municipality bf Maple Ridge.
Haney���Number  of  candidates    3;
passed 0. ,--...-.
Lillooet South���Nuniljer   of   candidates  2;   passed  1..-, RJutw-A.  Blake,I
607.     ���./.;." I
Maple Ridge���Number of candidates 4; passed 1. Forsyth J. Anderson, 664. .   -,
Municipality of��MIsslon.
Hatzlc���Number , sL aaiylldates   2;
 ... i passed 2.   E. Agnes   Morrison,   599;
The investiture of  the   Prince   Ot  Grace V. Slack, 694. '
Wales at Carnarvon yesterday vir- Mission City���Number .of candi-
K Eludes the T?,T^ ggg e^passed^ fcziroFuz.no. 597;
In Great Britain pertaining to the . Mun|elpal,tJt of Langley.
coronation of George V. The pro-) Aidergrove South^-Nflihber of can-
longation of the,coronation festivities, dtda.t��B. 2; passed 2. George L. War-
fa* tie state visit of the   king   and tier, 604; Bernard Nash, ^60.
.��   T,<.i.n,i    unit WateB and!    Belmont��� Number ioi aandidates 7;
flUeen   to   Ireland   ttd   <WaWs and] w    ��j^j  jgj- ^   g^
.next week to EdinVgh ������ Mclnnes, ��67; Harry Cassidy. 646;
titfcer Scottish fclties cannot Haziette simoqfe. ���39;���Rudblpb Buse-
but have' a good influence. So far4s mann. 615; Htrtfert Le#; 616; Glover
Ireland is concerned, it to highly pro-  Lawrence, 574.        , ��� ���**>   ,������������>
u . . Langley���Number of candidates 2;
faahle that the people of that country |        J �� M   Hope McKee> 651; Clif-
.    would have caused far less^ polltlca.  ford L Cog;hlan. .560 	
trouble If the reigning sovereign badj    Lochiel���Number-of. candidates, 2;
made it a rule to visit them more txe- ] passed 1.   Ethel FofslMWjr 6S1.
qocntly and display a greater person-1    Milner-N^mber   of ��=wdldates ^I-
1 Interest <n their institution* andt*���*^^ l^j^^U
well-being than has been .customary, j paMed 0.
The Irish are an   emotional   people, Municipality of Matsqui.
with  a strong  vein of lefttiment,   a!     Aberdeen���Number   of   candidates
love
tbe world     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
fond of humor.   To them a royal pro-
.gross is a thing of real^ey��,and.�� tan-
���    gible royal head an object of real rev-
erence.    Their  temperament  Is  altogether one that goes to ^he making of
at sturdy patriotism, if only they are
met in a propitiatory spirit.   But the
Irish have little sympathy   with   the
vice-regal  arrangements  which   have
usually    prevailed.      Had    the    late
<Jueen  Victoria only moved more of-
���ten and more freely among her Irish
subjects���our recollection ia thai she
only  visited Ireland once during her
lengthy   reign���it  is  almost  safe   to
say that all the political turmoil and
agrarian trouble which lias prevailed
in  Ireland  for the past  half century
,; .would   have   been   nearly    non-exlst-
esL '   j
King George has, however, made it
���evident, In more ways than one, that
be intends to break down, the tradition an jr.; tbe necessity for the abidance of the king at home. The recent
visit to Ireland and Wales is but the
beginning of an extended tour of his
mighty sovereignty. His Majesty bas
already an excellent acquaintance
writh the iand and peoples ot his overseas dominions, and he .will soon lie
visiting   India,   and   possibly   Canada
and South Africa to renew his pleasant   associations with these lands in
the nast. fc'ljf;
As to the picturesque ceremony at
Carnarvon    yesterday,    tlie   occasion
was one which afforded the greatest
ulelight to the patriotic and law abiding  people of the  principality.    The
investiture of  the   Prince  of   Wales,
markc 1 the revival of a beautiful old-
Jime  ritual    full  of  glorious   signilk-
iinre. and reived to give an aspect of
actuality to the lordship of the heir
io tlie  British  throne  over  the   fair
���lands that   ttretch  from  the  western
marches to the ocean.    Here, within
the   confines  of  the   ancient   stronghold  of Carnarvon, Edward, the first
Prince of Wales, was liorn   on April
25,   K��84.     Upon   him   was   conferred
the dignity of the princedom   by llis
lather, Edward I., with the object ol
conciliating the newly coTiqueret people.    The pomp and ceremony of -a.
dlaeval times was revived, in yester-
ila.vs    reremony,    which'   must   have
'formed  3   very  brilliant  spectacle.
It  may he observed thai  the Prlnca
of Wales, as such doy�� not enjoy anv
reruliar  prerogative or privileges, or
revenue.     He  sits on  the    House   o!
Lords as Duke of   Cornwall,   which
title  was  Instituted   i>y  Bdfward   in.
timi confered upon his son, the Black
���INince,   with   the   provision    that    it
should always devolve upon the sovereign's eldest son and heir apparent
Tha groqa revenue of the Duchy   of
Cornwall Is about $50o,imy, providing
a net income for the Prince of Wales'
Of somejhing less than  $100,000.
passed 1.   Frank Aish, 682. ���
RIdgedale���Number of candidates
4; passed 1.   A. Celeste Page.
Mt. Lehman���Number of candidates
4;  passed 1.    Ruth Owen'. 550.
Municipality of Sumas.
Huntingdon���Number of candidates
2; passed 0.
Mussel white���Number of candidates 3; passed 1. Eleanor Fadden,
550.
Municipality  of  Surrey.
Clayton���Number bf candidates -2;
passed 1;    Julia Stone, '616.
Cloverdale���Number of candidates
3; passed 2. Marjorie C. Burrows,
556; Florence EJ. Scott, 659. ���'���*
Johnston Road^rNumber of candidates 1; passed 1.   Violet M. Lojiey,
678. '
j    Non-Municipal   Schools.
Abbotsford���Number of candidates
4; passed 4. Leslie Trethewey, 679;
Dorothy Parton, 667; Selma Nelson,
665; Chaeles T. McPhee, 614.
. North Nicomen���Number' of candidates 2; 'passed 0.
By* Election In'England.
London, July 13��� In the North
Westham bye election, Baron. De Forest, Liberal, with 6807 votes, defeated Ernest Wild, Conservative, who
obtained 6776 votes. The seat was
void owing to the unseating of C. F.
G. Masterman. under secretary of
state for the home department, on petition.
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All sizes from 65c. each
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you the money to Buy or Build.
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RURAL HIGH SCHCOLS
ENTRANCE BESUL'IS
The House of Quality and l^wPrjccs
July   Clean  Sweep
Sale Prices On
Sea Grass Chairs
Green and natural finish, each
$3.25
List    of     Successful     Candidates    in
Westminster   District���Large
Pass Percentage.
The Rural High scliool entrance
examination results for the proviu--.-
have been announced by the depari
'ment of education. In Westminster
district the following: are successful
students:
Municipality of Delta.
Ladner���Number of candidates 15;
jj:ar.beil   !'.     liav.ei   ttogersttn,   iU0;   hoj
Anderson, <M<i;  Arthur Swenson, (ill!;
Phone 829.
WE SELL FOR LESS
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
Solid Oak Rockers, $2.50
Arm Rockers with cobbler seat; the biggest snap
ever offered in a rocker, each .      .        $2.50
m   ��� '      '  ���������   "'  ��� ' '' '��� i   ii       f  ������'��� ���  	
Go-Carts, $2.90
Folding Go-Carts, wicker back and seat, rubber tired
wheels; only a few left at, each        .      .       $2.90
If the holder of Ticket No. 5501 will present it at the store we will give him
or her $25.00 worth of furniture free. The next drawing takes place Saturday
evening at 9 o'clock.   A TICKET WITH EVERY ONE DOLLAR PURCHASE
v
For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GOTO
P. BURNS & CO.
TEoiSlOl. 645 Columbia St.
VOTE COUPON
Good for Face Value In tho
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I  10 VOTES
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AUTOMOBILE CONTEST   g Good ��.u july is,i
FOR MISS OR MRS.
Addrtia
DISTRICT NO.
Coupons muit be In ballot box before  expiration  data  and  trimmed
or they will not ba counted.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It la tha itufl that tha foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to spend for what ls
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt la first saved.
PROTECT YOUR. FUTURE WITH A CAVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. OEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
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Timber  and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealera In All Kinds ot
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED WORK, FISH   BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    ANO
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Telephone 12 Nsw Westminster Sot 137
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEB,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonea N��. 7 and 877.   Shingles,  Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops Order   Your   Fruit   Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8T8.
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators, ,
Garden Hose
Lawn Mowers.
.   The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C r FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1t11.
SPORTS
LARGE ATTENDANCE
AT GUN CLUB SHOOT
There was an usually largr attendance at the weekly Gun club
shoot at Moody square laat evening,
and the result* were a* set out'below:
Shot at. Broke.
Mink   (professional)    100 94
A. Field  100 78
T. Trajp    50 30
A. H- Kirkland     65 46
J. D. Galloway    75 6S
T- Gilford    60 39
I. Wintemute  50 42
H.   Gilley     50 24
J. Price   50 39
A. Turner 50 16
A. Turnbull       .25 22
W. Roche ;. 50 40
H. Welsh 26 8   .
C.  McGill   a. 60 37
Scott  25 15
C. McLean 50 32
Several members are contemplating
going down for the Seattle Gun club
ineeting next week. An inducement
' of an extra $600 ln prize money la
���offered.
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Richmond Rang* Meeting.
There wlll be.aix pr seven entries
��� from thla city at the meeting of the
B. C.  Rifle, association which    commences at the Richmond range   on
"Wednesday next. This Is about the
same number a* la usually tbe case
from the- city.
CRICKETERS WILL GO
TO VANCOUVER TOMORROW
The Westminster Cricket club will
send a team to Vancouver tomorrow
to play the B. C. E. R. eleven. C. H.
Judd. will be among the absentees.
The team will Include Canon
d'Easum, Rev. E. R. Bartlett, P. A.
Rose Icaptaln), T. D. Sherriff, A.
Wells. T. A. Jones, T. A. Yeadon, S.
Thompson, A. N. McLaren, E. L.
Webber and another.
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MAPLE LEAFS AND ALERT8
TO CLASH ON DIAMOND
This evening at Queens park the
nines representing the Majle Leafs
and the Alerts Baseball clubs ,wlll be
on deck prepared to do or die, in the
local league championship. The first
named are tied with tne Balmorals
for first place in the race for tbe pennant, and the Alerts have taken firm
vows to go up a peg at the expense
of the Leafs. Owing to the holiday
season there will he a few absentees
from the regular Hne-up, but the respective managers state that those
who will be on view will be nifty performers. Dr. Doherty has been asked
to act as umpire, and has consented.
Queens park Is one of the coolest
places to spend the evenings, and as
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the game ia certain to be an Interesting One, the attendance should >e
large.
The young people of Sixth avenue
church will hold an Ice crea'tri social
at the residence of Mrs. Wright. 516
Twelfth street, on Tuesday next.
WELSHMEN GREET
PRINCE OF WALES
ceremony, according to the ancient resume his place aa the most Import-
rites, and as tbe prlbce, clad ln ant member ot tbe party, and will
purple velvet and wearing a sword open the new buildings of the North
with a scabbard of purple silk and Wales hniferttty at Bangor, and on
gold, took tbe oath, wild cheering Saturday will lay the corner stone of
rang through the ancient walls of the the National    library   of    Wales   at
MEDIAEVAL SPLENDOR MARKS
HISTORIC CEREMONY IN CARNARVON CA8TLE���INTEREST
CENTRED ROUND HEIR.
castle.
After the Investiture the prince
proceeded to the celebrated Queen
Eleanor's gateway, which commands
a view of the castle square, and presented himself again to the view of
his loyal subjects, who, 50,000 strong,
Joined in singing the Welsh natioml
anthem. "Land of Our Fathers."
The double royal procession then
left the castle.by the main entrance,
made a complete circuit of the outer
walls and then proceeded by coach
back to their train, which returned
them to Holyhead,
King  George  tomorrow  will  again
Carnarvon, Wales. July 13.���Cheered by 100,000 loyal Welshmen who
gathered here today to greet thelp
nominal ruler, Edward, the seventeen-
year-old son of King George V of
Great Britain, was today invested
with ceremonies , of quaint and
mediaeval magnificence a* Prince of
Wale*. King George and Queen Marv
played minor parts in the pomp and
pageantry which brightened ancient
Carnarvon castle, while their son occupied the centre of the stage as the
leading figure in the historic ceremonial.  '
Returning from Ireland ln the royal
yacht the Prince ot Wale*, wjth
King George and hi* Queen, boarded
a special train at Holyhead today
and were at once taken to Griffiths
Crossing, where they left the train
and proceeded by coach to Carnarvon.
Through the lavishly decorated main
street of the little town the royal
party passed to the great castle
square, in the centre of which a platform had been specially constructed.
Here tbe mayor and members of the
corporation presented addresses of
welcome, to which the young prince
responded In the Welsh tongue,
which he has been studying for
months.
As the Royal Welsh choir of 400
voices broke into song the royal
party entered the castle at the ancient water gate, the Prince of Wales
and his escort ln the lead and the
yoyal party bringing up ln the rear.
As the prince set foot in the castle
entrance the ancient standard of Merlin was raised from the Eagle*
tower, where, it ia said, the first
English Prince of Wales was born. As
King George and Queen Mary entered
the castle the prince's flag came
down and the royal standard of England was blown out from the staff.
In the centre of the great inner
court yard of the castle, where the
investiture took place, 15.000 of the
leading men and women of Kngland
ani of Wales were seated. The
Bishop of  Bangor officiated    at    the
Aberystwith.
Well, Good Bye
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We hope you bar* a most enjoyable time while out camping. Should
you require more
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We give mall order* our
attention.
Westminster
Realty is Good
estment.
See Us For Snaps
We give prescriptions    our    most
careful attention.
The Red Cross Pharmacy
C, S. Dfcvies, Prep.
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Phone 40. 32 Sixth Street
New Westminster. B.C.
Royal Ayenua, near Leopold' Place,
modern cottager five room*. Price
$2900.00. Term*, one-third ^a��H, balance $25 per month.
3=
*y Oak Street,   near   Fourth   Avenue
car line, new thoroughly modern, five
���|room cottage. Full sized cement basement with furnace.   See ue at once.
CMS
Is now under new management. Meals
at all hours, night and'day.
Merchant's Dinner from 11.30
np to 8 o'clock; 25c.
The cafe Is centrally located, being
opposite the C. P. R. station; also B.
C. E. R. station. Electric cars running
i to Vancouver, Chilliwack and Steveston leaving opposite the .cafe.
t   Corner of Columbia and Eighth Sta,
WE ACT AS Atfflfr* FOR THE
Sale of Real Estate
LISTINGS SOLICITED.
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IN   STANDARD  COMPANIE8.
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
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For Business or Pleasure Runs
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To, in* point "on the Praser River It ip a cheap, quick, comfortable
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Fast Speed Launch "Vite"
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Weetmlneter, 8. C. Pbonea L117, R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD, ��� ENGINEER IN CHARGE.   Phon* 629.
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SNAP! Cheapest Lot in the business portion of the ;;$ty; $15,000;
$5000 cash; balance 1 and 2 years.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phqnj .?.29,_ Room 16, Collister Block.
Fourth. Street, between Third and
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Fourth Avenue*, fine building eite.
'Only $1600. One-half cach, balance to
arrange. ,
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Phone 696.
622 Columbia etreet,
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Whjle we carry a complete stock of everything in the watch and
Jewelry line, our specialty is
Solid gold, stone set linger rings
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Price* of ring* ranging 75c and up to $400.00.
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JEWELER
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We must have the space for Fall Clothing now on the way.    We will absolutely stand behind
any suit sold in our store, with our guarantee.    Other clothing reduced in proportion.
Come early and pick while the picking is good.
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The Shop  of "Fashion-Craft
517 Columbia St.
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A. S. Mills & Co.
The Shop of 'SFashion-Craft"
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THE DAILY NEWS.
��       FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1��11.
's the Rusher
that Wins
How much that's of value did you ever get
without working for it ? Some are hard,
others are not. Notable of the easy ones are
The Daily News Prizes in
This Campaign for Votes
SEECIAL DOUBLE VOTE OFFER
NOW DRAWING TO CONCLUSION
Candidates and tlieir Friends Must Not Cverlook Any
Opportunity to Secure Double Votes���Only One
More Day���Double Vote Absolutly Closes
Tomorrow  at  Nine  p. m.
The $1750 Auto is on Duplay at T. A. Moir & Co'��. Drag Store.   The $500 Pine Cu he Seen ot  the
Colombia Piaoo Howe.   The Furnittre Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Lewis.   The Watches
Can Be  Seen AC T. Gifford's Jen elry Store.  He Scholarships Were Purchased
From The Westminster Modern Business School.
Now that you have started, now*
that you're in, its up to you to win.
Think Of The Stake
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j If you have worked hard you are
certainly in the winning class, but
others are in too. You'll have to hurry some;
That Automobile Alone
Is Worth Every Energy
You Can Put In to Win
Then there are other prizes that should tempt you on.
You can get any one you want, but you must work. Get
the subscriptions; do not miss by a few. AUTO 5 IS THE LAST OF IT
You might miss hy one subscription to the Daily News; Don't do it!
Daily News Schedule of Votes
Dally News by Carrier��� Dally News by mall���
Three months. $1.00 500 voters Six months, $1.50   1,500 votea
Six months. $2.00   1,500 votes Twelve months, $3.00 4,000 votea
Twelve months, $4.00 4,000 votes Two vears, $6.00 ' 10,000 votes
Two years, $8.00   10,000 votes Th ,fi no ,������������
Three  years,  $12.00   ....20,000  votes        ee jea "' *"����   20'-000 votea
Four years, $16.00   40,000 votes Four >'ears' S1-'00   40-000 votes
Five years, $20.00    80,000 votes  Five years, $15.00    80,000 votes
For ten years subscription to the Daily News by carrier at $40.00, we
will allow 250,000 votes.
For ten years subsciiption to the  Daily  News  by  mall, at  $30.00, we
will allow 200,000 votes.
WEEKLY NEWS SCHEDULE OF VOTES.
One years, $1.00   500 votea
Two years, $2.00 1,500 votes
Three years, $3.00  3,000 votea
Pour  years,  $4.00    4,000 voteB
Five years. $5.00   5,000 vote3
For ten years subscriptions to the Weekly News at $10.00 we will give
15,000 votes.
Only 2  Days More of Double Votes
Prizes   Can Be Won In This Double Vote Period.
DONT GET THE DATES MIXED
The Contest Closes August 5, at 10 p.m.
The Double Vote Period Closes
Next Saturday, July 15, at 9 p.m.
Address all communications to the Contest
Manager, care of Daily News.
One day more to work for special
offer of double votes for subscriptions.
Is this last day going to yield /ou
the harvest of votes they should?
Unless all signs fall, tomorrow is
going to see some records broken in
the number of votes cast and the
number of subscriptions secured. ���
Tbis special offer of double votes
for all subscriptions for one year or
more spell OPPORTUNITY for you.
If you make the most of your timo
tomorrow you can land a lot of votes
that will help you win one of the
prizes, maybe the $1,750 automobile. [
Has it occurred to you that every
effort put forth ln securing subscriptions for one year or more double tho
regular schedule.
Special Closes July 15th.
This special offer which runs until
tomorrow night has struck a popular,
cord and all of the contestants   are'
making a special   effort   to   get   as
many subscriptions as they can.        *
We cannot place too much emphasizes on the importance of the candidate making the most of this extra
vote offer. The experience of the
contestants in the short time the
contest has been running, has shown
that subscriptions can be secured
without difficulty, by any young lady
who seeks them and lets it be known
that she is in earnest and means to
win one of the Daily News' splendid
prizeB.
If the long walk you took yesterday gained you a subscription you
will be glad when yoa win that McLaughlin automobile that you can
look back to the time when your feet
were weary, and you can look for-
.ward to the time when you can ride
in your own car every day.
Do not try to rest now. This is the
most active tirie of the whole contest, and we are very much afraid
that if you dally by the wayside you
will find lt taxes your strength to
overtake thofte who are making gooJ
time all along the way.
Gather in all your promise 1 subscriptions now and take advantage
of the double vote offer. Far better
to be credited with 8,000 votes for a
year's subscription than to delay and
receive only half that number. Point
this out to your prospective subscribers and secure this subscription now.
Before  you  go after distant   territory  make  sure  that  no  other   con- j
testant  can  invade  your home   field j
and  carry  away  subscriptions  which
you ought to have.
Don't overlook a single opportun |
ity to get a subscription for as long a|
time as you can.
Remember.
That  the  double  vote offer, closes
Saturday night, July 15th at 9 p. m..
and after that time the regular votes
I will be given.
I    Just make  up your mind that this '
i week'6 work will moan a whole lot to j
I you  so  be  sure and  take  advantage
i of it and you will not be sorry when
1 you win one of the splendid prizes,    j
Rules of the Contest.
In addition to the nomination rules |
published  below,  the following regulations will govern the conduct of the
Westminster  News    three    thousand
dollar voting contest:
1. The contest opens Monday,:
June 12. Names and standing of
candidates will be published Thurs-|
day, June 15. for the first time, and|
the contest will close at 9 p.m. Satur-
day, August 5. There will positively j
be no extension of the time. i
2. Votes may not be secured except on subscriptions to the Daily or
Weekly News or by clipping the ballots dally during the life of the contest.
3. No votes may be transferred
from one candidate to another.
4. Candidates must enter from
the district ln which they live. If a
candidate removes from one district
to another during the life of the contest she will be a contestant from
the district she first entered.
5. If a candidate withdraws from
the contest her votes are lost.
fi. Votes will be Issued on all subscriptions, old and new, according to
schedule.
7. A subscriber who pays up his
arrears to the News will be allowed
votes according to the Bohedule,
8. No Btat ement made by nny
solicitor, canvasser or agent varying
from the rules set forth will be
recognize! by the News.
8. Candidates by accepting their
nomination and filling votes certify
their agreement and these and any
other published conditions of the
contest.
10.   Tho contest management of the
News reserves the right to settle any
controversies which arise during the'
contest. '
EXTENSIONS:
Any one who gave you a three or six months' subscription during the first part of the contest can now extend this to a year or
more and give you the advantage ot the extra votes. If you secured three months when such a subscription waa worth $500 votes
and the subscriber now pays for the rest of the year, or nine months,
it will count you 7500 votes.
An extension from six months to one year will count you 7500
votes.
An extension from six mor to two years will count you the
difference between the original rate for one year and the rate for
two years, or 1600 votes, only during the double vote period.
THI8 PRE8ENT SPECIAL OFFER OF DOUBLE VOTES FOR SUBSCRIBERS CLOSE8 8ATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 15, AT 9 O'CLOCK.
THE CONTE8T CLOSES SATURDAY, AUGU8T 5, AT 10 P. M.
DO NOT GET THESE DATE8 CONFU8ED.
Standing of Candidates.
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MIss  Clarice Osborne    14270
Miss Adele Bllodeau    47250
Miss G.  Corrigan     1490
Mrs.  Winnie Tait    193450
Nominations for the big automobile1 Miss  Evelyn  Cunningham    35650
contest   are   published    below,   (tnd  Miss C.  Boule     1640
show  the  growing    Interest    ln  the  Mrs.  E. Thompson'  4660
competition.   Look them through, and  Mrs.' C. S. Davles   1&90
see if you cannot   add   that   of    a ____
friend. ,
                                 District No. 3���All territory covered
District No. 1���All territory west of. by the Daily and Weekly News out-
east side of Sixth street, within New; Bi(je the city limits of New Westmin-
Westminster city limits. ,t-_
Votes. i Bler>
Miss Laura Lavery   15940  Miss  Pearl  Brice, Ladner    1160
Miss Ethel  Buckland      2240  Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley, 1240
I Mrs.  G.  W.  Sterling,  Le  Roche
| Landing       115*
Mlss  Brooks      3840
Miss May Kltson     1070
Miss Annie Tidy   2840
Miss Irene Eickhoff   1370
Miss Mary Eastman    26980
Miss  Mary  Johnston      1460
Mrs.  W.  E.  Fales    188040
Miss Ethel  Knnls   '.. .10950
Miss Helen  Shaw    23680
Mrs.   B.  Sterling      9450
Mrs.  Thompson      1300
Miss Violet McGuffen  18020
Miss   Elizabeth   Orr   1240
Mrs. J. E. Insley    186150
Miss  Olive   Archibald    9450
Mrs. R. Collier    2780
Mrs.   L.   MacLean   3100
Miss   McAdam      1060
Mrs. F. E. Herring, Fords Landing        3680
Miss Stewart, Fiaser Mills      154*
Miss    Kathleen    McBride,    Port
i Gulchon  140*
Miss Katie Neilson, South Vancouver    100*
Miss    Annie   Hambrook,   South
Vancouver   120O
Miss Rosy Philcox, Mission   12480
Miss Christie McGregor, Ladner 150O
Miss Florence Lord. Ladner .... looo
Miss Kuby Kirkland, Ladner ...11890
.Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Ladner..  1270
Miss Lily Burr, Ladner   100*
Miss Vera Gillanders, Ladner .. 130*
Miss Emma Chiddell, Ladner .. 100O
Miss Juanlta McClusky, Ladner. 1400
M'ss Olive Alexander, Sunbury. 130*
Miss Lillian Cogglns, Sunbury..  1280
Miss Martha Pybi'S. I.adner 15580
Mrs. Walter Thompson  .... 53500. Mj88 ��>dith Falk, We3iham Island 100*
Miss Mabel Purvis      6890  Miss G. Dove, North' Vancouver. 13690
Miss M. Peterson, 1510 Charles
2���All territory east of
Sixth  street, including
District No
west side of
Sapperton.
Mis Sinclair     1290
Miss liosana Beveridge     1620
Miss Florence  McLeod      21550
Miss Bell  Hood      1650
Miss   M.   Elley      1340
St., Vancouver    100*
Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills 100*
Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
Ave. East, Vancouver 100*
Mrs. E. W. Money, Burquitlam.. 100*
Miss Grace Morrison, Edmonds.86100
Mrs. W.T. McGllvray, Chilliwack 945*
Miss Huff, Chilliwack    772*
Miss Ethel McCabe. Chilliwack .2500
Miss K. Smith, Abbotsford     122*
Miss Helen C.  Day    164870 Miss Effie Wooler, Abbotsford  ..1560
Mrs.  Poingdestre    13190 Miss May Musgrave   Earl's Road 105*
,,.     ,,        ,        n .      ��� mmrm  Miss Gertrude Volgt, East    Col-
Miss Genevieve Drlscoll    7050
Miss  Katie  Muir      7420
Miss  Hazel  Kenny    ._...  1210
MisB Vera Gilley    .'... 7060
Miss  Winnie  Keary    1260
Miss Marie, Morrow     1200
Miss Lillian Jenkins  .430330
Miss Ruby Fletcher   ...11160
Miss Ruth Robinson   13350
Miss   Rogers       1680
Miss Daisy  Dawe      1670
Miss Kathleen We'sh     I860
lingwood    270*
Miss Murray, Central Park    107*
Miss White, Port Kells    180*
Miss    Mary    Peterman,    Fraser
Mills       1208O
Miss Martha Nelson, Coquitlam. 156*
MIbb Georgia McLean, Coquitlam 100*
Miss   Fitzgerald,   Huntingdon... 134*
Miss White, Cloverdale    250*
Mis* Hutchinson, Milner  17474*
Miss Gladys Slack, Hatzlc   100*
Miss Natalie    Reuleau,    Mission
City   270*
Mis Naomi  Rolph    lS060Mlss Vera Coulter, Langley  4060.)
The Prizes.
Eleven ln all. Two grand prizes and nine district prizes will be
divided into the three districts as follows: I
The Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes in the
three districts combined will be awarded the $1750 McLaughlin
Buick touring car, to be seen at T. A. Mulr's drug store, Columbia St.
The candidate receiving the most votes In the remaining three
districts will be awarded the ��600 piano. This piano was purchased
from the Columbia piano house and is on display at their store, the
Walker block, 425 Columhla street.
The candidates getting the greatest number of votes after the
winners of the grand prizes will be given their choice of the district prizes. The  N|ne  DI��trlct  pr|lM
Three scholarships purchased from the Westminster Modern
Business college.    They are good for eight months tuition and worth
Three handsome furniture sets worth $75 each purchased fro-n
Galloway & LewU.and can De seen at their store, corner Fourth
and Columbia streets. ��� ..    ,.,
Three beautiful solid 14k. gold watches worth $40 each, purchased from and on display at T. Gifford-* jewelry store on Columbia street. _, . , .
The District.
In order to give every candidate an equal chance to become
the pnssesBor of one of these valuable prizes the territory has been
divided Into three districts as follows: .._.��_._'���',
District No. 1���All territory west of east side of Sixth street,
within New Westminster city limits. ��
District  No.   2 All territory east of west side of Sixth   street,
including Sapperton. *��._,.
District. No 3���AH territory covered by the Daily and Weekly
News outside the city limits of New Westminster. FRIDAY, JULY 14, W11.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAQ�� SEVEN.
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NEW WESTMIN8TER LAND DISTRICT��� Diet, let ot New Weatminater.���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry. ol Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply fc
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 31562, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commence, and containing
���40 acres more or less.
DOROTHT FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 19, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster���Take notice that 1, R. B. Francis, of Vancouver, occupation merchant. Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
uid two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 cbalns. thence soutb
80 chaina, thence west 8 0 chains,
thenee north 80 chaina te point ot
commencement and containing 640
Acres more or less.
R. B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan O'Hara,  Agent.
May 2, 1911.
NEW WE8TM1N8TER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westmi*
ater.���Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar,
���of Vancouver, occupation banker, Intend to apply for permission to pur-
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted
about one mlle east ot T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
t.hence east 80 chains to tbe point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
NEW WE8TMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster���Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles from Haslam Lake, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of eommenoe-
ment and containing 640 acres more
pr less.
i H. M. DWAR,
; Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
1' May 2, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ef New Weatmlnster.���Take notice that I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupaUon broker,
intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at T.
L. 31562, thence 80 chains west, thence
80 chains north, thence 80 chains easj,
tbence 80 chains south th point ot
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST���Take notice that I, Qeorge
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter,  Intend  to apply.  for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at   *
pppt planted 10 chains north of the
southeast corner of lot   111,   thence
east. 60 chains, thence south 60 chains,
theiSce weBt 60 chains, tbence north
60 chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coaat���Take notice  that I,  Emma
Diok, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchaae the following
described  lands:    Commencing at a
post planted at '.he southeast corner
of W.  P.  8. 142,    thence    east    80
chains, tbence nwth 40 chains, thence
west   80   chains, thence   south    40
chains to point   of   commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK.
Bert Warren, Agent
Dated April Hth, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���Districi o
Coast���Take notice tbat 1, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker. Intend to apply for
permission to purchaae the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at tbe southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, thenoe west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chaina, theace west
40 chains, thence north 60 chains,
thence east (0 attains, thence south
ID chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chaina, containing
480 acres.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April  16th, 1911.,
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice ..that I, Agnes
Dick,' of Calgary, Alberta, occupation
married woman, Intend to apply tor
permission to purchaae the following
described lands: Commencing at a
poat planted at the northeast corner
of lot 380, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, tbence east
40  chains,  thence  soutb   40  chains,
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held aa security, or part
security, for the due fulfilment of the
contract to be entered ltato.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canals
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers  Inserting this  adver
tisement without authority from the
Department will not be paid for it.)
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909." to obtain a
licence in the Burnaby Division of
New Westminster distiict
(a). The name, address, and occupation ot >he applicant���C. E.Cotch-
ing, Burquitlam, B. C.  rancher.
(b). The name of the lake, stream
or source (lf unnamed, the description ls)���Unnamed, running through
northwest and southwest portions of
block 8, Burnaby.'
(c). The point of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on southwest portion of blocl? 8, Burnaby.    ,
(d). The quantity ol water applied
for (In cubic feet per second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
(e).The character of the proposed
works���Hydraulic ram and pipe.
(f). The premises on which the
water Is to be used (describe same)
���Southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(g). The purposes for which the
water is to be used���Domestic and
agricultural.
(k). This notice was posted on the
12th day of June, 1911, and application will be made to the commissioner on the 14th day of July, 1911,
at 2:30 p. m.
(1). Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees wbo or whose lands are
likely to be affected by the proposed
works, either above or below the outlet���Mr. Rowe, Johnson, road. Burquitlam, B. C; Mr. White. Hamilton
road; Mr. Freeman Bunting, Gunn
read.
C. E. COTCHING,
Burquitlam, B.C.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Dlatrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, ef New Westminster, occupation, married woman, intend^ to apply for permission to purchase .the
following described landa:
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles north ot T. L. 916 ou
the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thencesouth
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point ot
commencement  and   containing   640
Re  the fractional northwest quarter thence east 40 chains, thence south,
of section    7, township    11    (121' 40 chains, containing 480 acres more acres more or less
acres), Langley Farm, part of lot 3,' or less
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group | AGNES DICK,
2, New Westminster district. | Bert Warren, Agent.
Whereas  proof of the  loss of cer-;     Dated April 16th, 1911. H	
tiflcate of title number 7721F, issue!  ��� NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-
in the name of Colon    McLeod,   has COAST    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict      TRICT���District of New Westmin-
MABEL LUCY PAIGE,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
heen flled in this office,
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration ot one month trom
COLORED POLICEMAN
on new rom fORCE
HOUSE FXIES ��J*M ���
, msmat ama nntti
in filth. SciratuU h*�� ducomed dui they ara
largely rr��poo��ble lot the spread oi Tubaculam,
Typhoid. Diphtheria. Dyieolery. lafaafaic Pimm
oi the Boweli, etc   Every packet tt
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
will Ul more flies than 300 sheet*
of sticky paper.
TO ARCHITECTS!
E. Stanley Mitton,
of Vancouver, is desirous of securing a
partner for New
Westminster.
Reply stating qualifications to Mr.
Mitton at 413 Granville Street, Vancouver.
SEE THE
Call Automatic
Railway Switch
No open switches, thus
avoiding all wrecks.
Model demonstration daily in
Room 2, Trapp Bldg.
From 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Admission   Free.
All  Welcome.
Considerable Difficulty Foreshadowed
���White Men Refuse to Sleep in
Same  Room.
New Vork. July 13.���Trouble ls already foreshadowed for the city authorities as the result ot Police Commissioner Waldo's appointment of
Samuel J. Battle, a negro, to the.municipal police force. It ls the first
time so far as the city records show
that a member of Battle's race has
held such a position, although there
were two colored men on the Brooklyn poilce force at the time of that
city's consolidation with the metro-
polls under the Greater New York
charter. One of these men ls still on
the force but he has been segregated
as far as possible from tbe wbite policemen, who, have consistently refused to associate wltb blm.
If the hew commissioner Insists
upon Battle sleeping ln the same station house dormitory wltb the wbite
policemen, while In reserve and otherwise fraternizing with him, lt is
clear from the present temper of the
patrolmen that there will be breakers
ahead for tbe authorities. tt will
take all of tbe Judicial tact df Mayor
Gaynor to handle the situation which
is recognized by every one as extremely delicate.
Should the negro survive his apprenticeship period, it is generally accepted that he will bave a hart path
to tread and that he will be kept to
the strict letter of the department's
rules, which experience has shown ta
be a hard thing for the man who patrols the sidewalk to do.
RIDGWAYS
(CEVLON)
" Capital Household " Tea
PROMOTES GOOD HEALTH
Modem chemUtry prove* that Tea is beneficial to health���that it supplies, in an agreeable way, the water necessary to bodily
welfare.
Very few people drink enough water, but
those who drink it in the form of properly
brewed tea, hot or cold, are agreeably administering to the requirements of health.
"Capital Household" T��a ii grown high
sp on the mountains, and only the rich, Ira-
grant buds and leaves are used. These are
sealed up in air-tight packages, which insure*
plantation goodness.
"Capital Household" Tea
���  ��� :40c per Pounfl
Donnelly.Watson &BROWN.U*.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
of Coaat���Take notice that I, George' aten���Take   notice   that   I,   James
Howard Dick, ot Calgary, Alberta, oo- Fergus O'Connor Wood, ot North Van- 	
���  ��� . cupation real estate, intends to apply i couver,  occupation  merchant,  intend! _    .v ,.    ~7 .
the date of the first publlcatipn here-  for permission to purchase the    fol- to apply tor   permlaslon to purchase' Re the nortl��*��Bt ��U��*rter ot section
of, in a dally newspaper published ln lowing described lands: Commencing; the following described lands:
the city of New Westminster, issue a at a pest planted southeast corner ofl    Commencing    at    a   post   planted
duplicate of the said certlflcate, un- t. L. 31792, thence north 80 ehains, [ about three miles north ot T. L. 916
less in tbe meantime valid objection thence east 80 ehains, thence soutb 10 on the west shore of Haslam Lake
A NOTABLE SHOW COMING.
Perhaps the most noteworthy event
ln local theatricals that has occurred
here in a long time, Is the forthcoming appearance of Ferris Hartman and hia superb company in "The*1
Toymakers, that delightful comic
opera of the toymaker of Nnrenberg.
In all the realms ot comic opera
"The Toymaker" seems to be the
only one that preserves Its youth and
ls e jemlngly destined to continue
tor many years to tell its fairy book
like realizations of childhood dreams.
Mr. Hartman has never had a part
which fitted him so well, nor has he
ever had a better company than he
fit?i t w, direct from a season of
thirty consecutive weeks in Lob Angeles, where they have Just closed a
most successful season during whicb
they achieved a marvelous run of sixteen weeks with the "Campus," a college musical comedy by Walter De
Leon. Mr. De Leon Is appearing with
the Hartman company as "Frederick"
ln "Tbe Toymaker" and Is ably assisted by Miss "Muggins" Davies as
"Elsa." This production of "The
Toymaker" wlll excel in every waXj
all former efforts. The staging andj
costuming, is especially elaborate, while the great top shop scene
is   an   everlasting    delight    to    the
May now be Had in Town at But
RIDGWAYS
For Up-to-date
RINTING
P
GOTO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
P. *X GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer i Gardiner,
Mb     8*     t\*
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Pbiai  Ml. Box 772
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B. C.
be made to me In writing. j chains to lake shore, tbence fellow
C. S. KEITH, | log lake shore In southwesterly dlrec-
Dlstrlct Registrar of Titles, tion to point ef commencement, con-
Land  Registry  Office.   New  West- taining 320 acres mere or less.
Tnlnster, B.C., July 11, 1911. I GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
i Bert  Warren,  Agent.
��� COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of1    Dated April 16th, 1911.
Coast���Take notice  that  I, James1   "
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatche-1 COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
>wan, occupaUon broker, Intends toi Coast���Take notice that I, Hannah
.apply for,permission to purchase thepBuehler, of Calgary, Alberta, occupa-
followlng described lands: Commenc-1 t|on Bpinster, Intends to apply for
.tag at a post planted at the north-; permission to purchase the following
west corner of the Green Point In- described lands: Commencing at a
>dlan reserve, thence west 40 chains, p0Bt planted at the southeast corner
thence north 80 chains, thence east 0( y l  31792, thence west 80 cbalns,
thence north 80 chains, thence weet
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
JAMES FERGUS O'CONNOR WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
29. township 12, New Westminster 1 *��"����   *?*������. ?*>��������������������. ���
districi 1ttw interior ot the Shop bt "J
Whereas proof of the loss of    cer-1 Guggenhelmer" la amarveW   me-
tlflcate of titlfe number 12190A, Issued " ~        "     ~��� -
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
WARD    OV    THJUM���N*W WHIT-
| NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, James
Charles Wood, of Nortli Vancouver,
occupation merchant, fntend to apply
for permission to purchase the follow-
lluou���  .,���,.���  ������ ,     _.  ..  ,  ing described lands:    Commencing at
-40 chains, thence    south 80   chains, thence south 80 chains, ��ience   ��a8l|a pogt planted    about    three    miles
��ontaining 320 acres more or less.       go chains, thence north 80.chains to, north of T  L  916 on the weBt shore
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER,    | point   of commencement,   containing1
Boone Kerlin, Agent; $40 acres more or less.
'   ���ed April 19th, 1911.  I BANNA WJHL^
���OQAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of:     Dated April 16th, 1911
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-1
-eon, of  Moose  Jaw,    Saskatchewan,'      _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
occupaUon carpenter, intends to apply! DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing;
at a post planted at the southeast side!
of the south end ot Read Island and!
��� at the northeast corner of T. L. 37602 j
'thence weBt 80 chains, thence north)
40 chains, thence eaBt 80 chains,
ithence south 40 chains, containing
1320 acrea more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Warren, Agent
'Dated Aprll 10th. 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that    I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw,'Saskatchewan
occupation  broker, Intends  to  apply
for permission to purchase the    following described lands:  Commencing
nt a post planted 20 chains west   ot
*he southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thence
��ast    80    chains,   thence    south    60
��hains to salt water, thence following
shore line ln southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove
Indian reserve, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent
CANALS, CANADA.
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
of Haslam lake, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thenoe north 80 chains
to point ot commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1911.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS
TRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa-,
of Vancouver, occupation    merchant,
in the name of Robert McClnre Blake,
has been flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tbe expiration of one month from
tbe date of the first publication hereof, ln a dally newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certlflcate, unless ln the meantime valld objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, B. C, July 10, 1911.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Dated April 6th, 1911-
NEWWESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-
TRIST-Dlstrlct ot New  Westmin-
CchaSed Island, thence following
X shore to point of commencement.
H��rhor at Poli   Francis, and about
5?fittXe.t from lot 997, and
���200 feet southeast from lot 2792
2   CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER...
i    May 29th, 1911.
Notice to Contractors ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Sealed tenders addressed    to    the  [���tend te apply for    permission    to
undersigned and    endorsed    "Tender purchase   the   following     described
for construction ot Hudson Bay Rail-  lands:
wav" will be received, at this office, |     Commencing   at    a    post    planted
untli 16 o'clock on Tuesday, the lst   about one mile east   of T. L. 32454,
of August, for a section of about 185   an(j  two miles  from   Haslam   Luke.
miles  from  Pas  Mission to Thicket  thence east 80 chains, thence north
Portage. 80 chains, thence    west    80    chains,
Plans,   specifications  and   form   ot  thence south 80 chains to the point ot
contract to be entered Into can    bo commencement, and   containing   640
seen on and after Wednesday. May  acres more or leas
31 at the office of the Chief Engineer,
of'   the     Department    of    Railways
and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
of the Chief Engineer of the Hudson
Bay   Railway,   Winnipeg,   at   which
places  forms of  tender may be ob- 	
'"Sties tendering wlll be required' Re Lot. 7 and 8. Block 11, Steveston.
to accent the fair wages schedule pre-, Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-
nared or to be prepared by the Do- cate of title number 7105A. Issued In
partment of Labor, which schedule the name of John Herbert Turner has
will form part of the contract. i been flled In this office.       '
Contractors are requested to bear. Notice Is hereby given that I Bhall,
In mind that tenders wlll not be con- at the expiration of one month from
sldered  unless made strictly in    ac- the date of the flrst publication here-
Tenders for Construction of Sewers.
East Half West End Sewer.
The Corporation invite tenders for
the construction of about eleven mlle3
of main sewers, laterals, manholes,
etc. Plans, profiles and specifications
to be obtained from the office of the
City Engineer, upon payment ot $20.oa
to the Treasurer as a deposit.
Tenders to be deposited with the
undersigned by flve o'clock on the
24th July, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
New Westminster, B.C., July 10, 1911.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY .ACT.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
To  Contractors.
Tenders are Invited for grading:
Douglas Road (Boundary Road east
three miles).
Barnet Road (Boundary Road to
Pole Line Road).
Plans and profiles may be seen at
the Engineer's Office. Edmonds, B.C..
and the specifications and general
conditions of contract, may be procur-
red there on depositing $5.00 which
will be returned to all bona fide
tenderers.
Tenders will not be considered unless submitted on official forms and
accompanied by marked cheque for
6 per cent, of the amount of tender.
The Council does not bind itself to
accept' the lowest or any tender.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned will be received up to 12
chanlcal ingenuity with ite thousands 1
of toys, its animated dolls, Its huge'
revolving drum, the elaborate finale
of the flrst act with its vision- ot
"Mother Goose," "Little Red Riding.
Hood," all serve to make it the most
unique and charming entertainment
ever seen here. Mr. Hartman's long
and distinguished services on- the
comic opera stage have given him a
place in the affections of the Cheeto*-
going public that is second to none,
and he is ln the first rank of the
great comedians of the present day.
His fun is always clean and wholesome and one always feels better
after witnessing one of his perform^
ances. Most everyone knows the
story of "Johannes Guggenhelmer,"
the wonderful German artisan, who
has constructed a marvelous dot!
that walks and actually speaks and
sings. A young and handsome nobleman seeks marriage, but as- h*�� htm
accepted vows of celibacy in a religious order he purchases the doll,
which has become the talk of the
country. Then "Elsa," Guggea-
helmer's daughter, whom he has used
as the model for the doll takes its
place, and naturally many curious
situations come to pass, but of course
In the end, as In all good plays "The
Toymaker" ls happy In Its wedding
march. Popular prices will prevail
and notice of seat sale will be given
hereafter. The company will be at
the Opera house on Wednesday.
PORCUPINE  FIRES
DUE TO PROSPECTORS
minster Boutd ot Traae meets te the
board room. City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday   ot   eaeh   month;
quarterly    meeting    on the    intra
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
ami November, at * p.m.     Annual
meetings on th* third Thursday ot
February.    New member* may be
proposed and elected at any month
Iy or   quarterly   meetuu.     C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
ti
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27-
Th* regular meetings of this lodgo
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, cor-
uer Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
IWADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE A
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. G Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. Q. McQuarrie, G. R
Martin.
Toronto, July 13.���That the bush
fires raging in Northern Ontario over
miles ot timber, are attributable to
prospectors, was the opinion expressed by J. I. Englehart, chairman of the
Temiskaming   and   Northern   Ontario j j  p .HAMPTON BOLE .BARRISTER,
cordance with the printed forms, and of, ln a dally newspaper-published la t��Mn*"T7iii��~aiiiT" isTi"
ln the case of firms, unless there are the City of New Westminster, issue|noon' JU,y '""'-- **���
railway commission, who returned today after a tour ot Inspection. In
such fires prospectors saw a chance
ot clearing their claims.     '
The remarkable feature of the conflagration Is that along the whole
stretch of 252 miles of the main lino
ot the railroad  there  was   no   flre,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTfNG.     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
3*
attached  the  actual   signature,    the a duplicate of the said certificate, un
nature of the occupation, and place less ln the meantime valid objection
of residence of each member of   the.be made to me ln writing,
flrm. : C. S. KEITH.
An accepted bank cheque for   tbo | District Registrar of Titles,
sum of $200,000'.00 made payable   to!    Land Registry   Office,   New West-
the order of the Minister of Railways minster, B.C., June. 19th, 1911.
and Canals must accompany each ten- ���^'^���^���������������"���������"������"���������"���i
der,  which  sum   will  be  forfeited  if  phon, 6M, p. 0% Box M1.
the party tendering declines entering
Into contract for the work, at    the Q-.IJ***,    JBL   RvAfli/Mic
rates stated ln the offer submitted.    lOIilUer   OL   OrclllOUr
The cheques thus sent in wlll be
returned to the respective contractors
whose tenders are not accepted. i        ���.   .   .   .     _     . _ ���., .
l        Weatmlnster Trust Building.        1
WM. GRIFFITHS,
Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   PERMANENT
LOAN  COMPANY.
FI8H   AND GAME.
AYLING & SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
Dividend No. 26. BJ
Notice    Is hereby    given    that   a1
dividend at the rate of 9 per cent, per
annum has this day been declared on
the permanent stock of the company
for the half year ending    June    30,
1911, and that the same will be payable at tho head office ot   tho   com-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. pany,  330  Pender  street,  Vancouver,
Meet every Monday In Labor hall, B. C and at the branch offices   In
8, p.m. ( Halifax. St. John, Winnipeg and Vtc-
F. H. Johnson,   business   agent of- toria on and after July 15. 1911.
flee. RlMr'* Ctrar store. Office phone R. H. DUKE, Manager.
L 608, Residence phone (01. '    Vancouver, B.C., July 13, 1911.
AUDn^RANDACCO^^
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
���TONOGRAPHY    ��     TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, publlc stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 416. Rear of M-.jur and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St
I
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I \
THE DAILY NEWS.
i
FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1811.
I
���*���T
We sell
Simond
*,**
Hand Saws
I Once used "',.
Always used
f
They iiang better, w^kr
better, run easier and
give better satisfaction
than any other hand saw
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
���ms*
..-;:
City News
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a policy in one of the quick settlement
companies which I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
The head of the Hudson's Bay com- Have ydu f 100 U> $1000 to invest
pany in Canada, H. E. Burbridge. to- In a tried out business with prospects
gether with Mre. Burbridge,' while on of 200 per cent, in a few months T In-
the coast on business, have taken vestigate at once. 10 to 12 a.m., 7 to
the opportunity of seeing,'the beau-i 9 p.m., room 2 Trapp building. ������
ties of the Royal    City    titffler    the
HOf WEATHER
Make life a     .*
pleasure by    \
using our
Electric Irons
and    "
Water Power
Washing
Machines
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
guidance of the Vancouver manager,
W. T. Lockyer. ^1    j ��i
Carpentering,  cabinet   making,   upholstering, bedding rema.de, furniture
repaired and renovated. A. f., Wixey,
613 Agnes street.    Phone 6,7ft     ������
i
Big clearance sale of lists at Mre.
Moore's, opposite post office.       ������
Lingerie and dress hats at $6.00 at
Mrs. Moore's, opposite pgst office. ���*
Outing and sailor hats $1.00 at Mrs.
Moore's, opposite pdSt office.       ������
Your choice of any hat in the store
at $5.00. Mrs. Moore's, opposite post
office. *���
In another column of this Issue the
B. C. Permanent Loan company notifies its shareholders of a dividend
at the rate of 9 per cent, per annum
on the permanent stock of the company for the half year .ending June
30, 1911. This company bis experienced a very profitable half year,
large additions having been made to
assets and surplus. *���
A good six roomed house in the
300 block on Pine street, on a lot
50x170 with two side entrances. Thtt
house is fully modern. There ls a
good orchard and lawn, and flower
garden, and at the price Is a splendid
buy. Price $6100. Good terms can
be. arranged. Apply Owner, Box 4,
Dally News. ..���.��*
A flre at the rear of the Cliff block
yesterday among some waste, whicb
was easily extinguished,-draws attention to the necessity during the
hot weather of everyone taking care
of rubbish, and preventing any chance
of a conflagration.
A moonlight excursion has been
arranged for Friday evening on the
steamer Paystreak to Ladner from
the Brackman-Ker wharf, leaving at
7:30. Fares 50 cents. The .excursion
is under the auspipes of the Epworth
League of Queens avenue church.
Tickets may be obtained from members of the league, at Curtis* drug
store, and from the Co-Operatlve
store. i ��� ��� ��� **
A. E. Rand, of this city, has been
staying in Nelson, and visiting the
Athabasca and Dundee mines.
Bishop de Pencier, -of New Westminster, arrived in Winnipeg yesterday on liis way back to the Paciflc
roast from London. On the way east
Bishop de Pencier spent a few days
in Toronto, where the doctor's degree
was conferred on him by Trinity university. In Montreal he was present
for the flrst time at the meeting of
the  house   of  bishops,   his  conseera-
iion having occurred since the last
gathering of that body. On Sunday
he. will take an ordination service at
Revelsto'ke.
The hearing was concluded yesterday of thn inquiry before Captains
Gaudin. Eddie and Stewart, to fix the
responsibility for the collision of Hip
Firefly with the government dredge
King Edward near Lulu island bridge
recently. The court will take the
evidence under advisement, and issue
a repoit on the findings on Julv 20.
W. G. McQuarrie, of Wade, Whealler.
McQuarrie & Martin, appeared for
the Dominion government, and Adam
S. Johnston, of Whiteside, Edmonds
& Johnston, for Captain Purdy, of
the Fireflv.
The up-to-date quick shoe repairer
is now open for business. Your shoes
half soled while you wait. Rubber
heels in five minutes, at 638 Clarkson
street. ���*
West Burnaby���I will sell lots 3
and 4 in D. L. 167, for $1500; -cash
$300, balance quarterly. Apply Owner.
Box B., Daily News. ������
���X
*s*
The Public
Supply Stores
Jar prices all
knocked to pieces
The famous     j
e. z. JARS
are selling at
Half Gallon $1.75
Quarts - - $1.25
Pints  - - - $1.00
They are selling ���
very fast at these
extraordinary
prices. Buy now
SMITH'S
FRIDAY BARGAINS
SAVINGS OF UNUSUAL IMPORTANCE
���
Second Friday of our Big Midsummer Sale
will off er saving advantages only to be had
at this store. Every Item mentioned represents a worth while saving, while we
have lots of selections in most lines, we
would advise early shopping, as there will
be a rush to get first choice.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house,
HOMES ROR SAL#. i
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
10-ACRE BLOCKS
OUR LINE QF.
Water Wings
AND
Bathing Caps
is complete.   We also'
carry a large stocjc of
Camping Necessities
AT
I
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
We have just placed on the market a few choice blocks of partly
Improved and fully improved land.
Very  Suitable for  Market
Gardening and Fruit
Growing
The land has been well farmed for
years and is in first class shape for
producing profitable crops. Some
blocks have buildings and bearing
orchards, also small fruits.
Special Terms���One quarter cash
balance spread over two and a half
years. .-.,..
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
1 /
/^cw Westminster
VANCOdV^'R/'VlCTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
^YrT^n
Read Every Item-Something Here Will Interest You
1     Corsets at a Big Saving
Women's Corsets, mad? of Fine Coutille and good
strong steels: new D. & A. models, low bust and
long skirt styles; values regular $1.00. Friday
Sale Price, jper  pair   . ., 85c
.' ���: 1 :	
Buy Two Waists for Less
Than the Price of One
Women's Waists; tailored, embroidered and fancy
lawns, lojv Dutch and high collars, three-quarter,
half and long sleeve styles; regular to $2.00. Won-
.derful   offering.    Friday Sale Price, each    75c
Women's Lingerie Frocks
Specially Marked to Clear
at Half Price and Less
A collection of very appealing Lingerie Dresses-
these show this seasons's newest styles touches'
come In mulls, lawns, linens and repps, trimmings
of vai. laces, embroidered insertion and pipings of
contrasting colors; regular up to $8.50. Friday-
Sale   Price,   each        $S.75
t 	
Morning Waists,
Low Priced Friday
Women's Waists of gingham, percale and print, In
.Gibson, shirt and Peter Pan styles, blue and white,
hlack and white, blue, tan and grey; regular up to
$1.25.     Friday Sale  Price, each    75c
Staple List at Sale Prices
Away Below Usual
Towels. _ Heavy. Brown Turkish and White Huckaback; large sizec; regular 75c. Friday Sale
Price,  per  pair     ...,    60e
Sheets. ��� Heivy Grade English Sheeting; 8-4 size,
hemmed ready for use; regular $2.5d values. Friday   Sale  Price, per pair    $1.85
Sheeting at a worth-while saving; 72-inch, full
bleached sheeting; good weight and quality, regular  value  35c. Friday Sale Price, per yard   25c
Damask, Save Friday
Full Bleached. Pure Linen Damask; lovely satin
finish and go 3d design: width 68 inches; regular
65c.       Friday Sale Price, ptr yard   ...,50c
Lawn, Extra Good Values
38-inch White Victoria Lawn; nice quality and
weight,   value 12'^c.    Friday Sale Price Per yd.10c
Ginghams and Prints at a
Big Saving
Values 15c, Sale Price
10c. Yard
.Scotch Gingham and English Prints; bis assortment of patterns and colorings. See these wonderful  values. {
Hose, Priced to Clear
Women's Fine Lisle and Cotton Hose; plain, fancy
spot and check effects, all the wanted shades; reg-
ular to..''35c. Friday Sale .Price 2 pair for  45c
Gloves, Big Savings
Women's Pure Silk and Lisle Gloves; 2 spring buttons, wrist length; values 50c and 60c. Friday
Sale Prlqe, pe *  pair    35c
Wash Belts; embroidered and fancy styles; values
to  40c.    Friday  Sale  Price,  each    25c
Fancy Elastic and Patent Leather Belts; values to
85c.    Friday'  Sale  Price,  each   ..f 25c
Fancy Linens,  Priced  for
Quick Clearance
Centres and Dresser Scarfs In hemstitched dr^wn-
work and Battenberg; all sizes, exceptional values;
regular  to  $1.50.   Friday Sale Price, each   85c
Curtains   and   Curtaining
Marked Down to Midsummer Sale Price
Nottingham Curtains for dining room, den or bed-
om; white only, good heavy design, 3 yards long
and   goodr.wllth; regular $1.00.   Friday Sale Price,
.     .....   ..75c
per pair
Save on Scrims
Colored Curtains Scrims; many good designs and i
.colors, widths 36 to 38 inches; regular up to 35c. tf
Friday Sale Price, per yard   20e
Silkoline; 36 Inches wide, good assortment of patterns and colors; regular 20c value. Friday Sale
Price,  per yd     /2
White Curtain Muslin; 48 Inches wide, with
stripe and spot effect; suitable for bedroom; regular  35e.    Friday Sale. Price, per yard  25c
Colored Pongee Silks; 24 inches wide, nice even
weave, oply a few shades left; regular 60c value
To Clea*, Friday Sale Price, yer yard  ���**
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Store Closes
at 5 o'clock.
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Saturdays
9.30
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